Moment 2: Aikman Ends Cowboys Title DroughtThe Dallas Cowboys ended a 15-year championship drought in January 1993, and created one of the most memorable moments in team history by dominating the Buffalo Bills in the Super Bowl.
Aikman Remembers His 1st Title As "A Magical Night"Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman recalls the surroundings and his mindset in winning his first NFL championship. Aikman threw four touchdown passes and was named the game's MVP on January 31, 1993.
Johnson Calls Aikman "The Best" QuarterbackFormer Dallas Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson talks about Troy Aikman's grounded approach to the game of football, and how the Hall of Fame quarterback turned down a chance to tie a Super Bowl record.
Moment 3: Smith Leads Cowboys To TitleThings were not going well for the Dallas Cowboys in their rematch against the Buffalo Bills in the NFL championship game in January 1994. But Emmitt Smith helped change that.
The Impact Of Johnson & The TripletsFormer Dallas Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson talks about his impact on the team compared to the efforts of running back Emmitt Smith, quarterback Troy Aikman and wide receiver Michael Irvin.
What If Johnson Had Stayed In Dallas Longer?Former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson tells CBS 11 Sports what he thinks would have happened if he had stayed in Dallas after winning back-to-back titles. Johnson parted ways from the Cowboys following the 1993 season.
Moment 4: "We Did It Our Way, Baby!"The third time proved to be the charm for the Dallas Cowboys in January 1996. After losing the first two NFL championship matchups against the Pittsburgh Steelers in the 1970s, the Cowboys got their revenge in the 1990s.
Aikman Looks Back At The 5th Cowboys TitleDallas Cowboys Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman looks back on the team's showdown against the Pittsburgh Steelers for the NFL championship in January 1996. The Cowboys won the game to secure their fifth title in franchise history.
Switzer Talks About The Pressure To WinFormer Dallas Cowboys head coach Barry Switzer talks about the pressure that he felt in taking over the team and leading them to the NFL championship in January 1996. Switzer replaced Jimmy Johnson as the Cowboys head coach in 1994.
Moment 5: White & Martin Named Co-MVPsDallas Cowboys linemen Randy White and Harvey Martin led the team's defensive charge as the 'Doomsday Defense' crushed the orange-clad Denver Broncos in the NFL title game in January 1978.
Randy White Recalls Super Bowl XIIDallas Cowboys Hall of Fame defensive tackle Randy White discusses the team's championship win over the Denver Broncos in January 1978. White and Harvey Martin were named co-MVPs of the game.