Roger Staubach Was Worth The Wait For CowboysIn the 1964 NFL Draft, 128 players were selected before the Cowboys picked quarterback Roger Staubach. Even then, a five-year naval committment kept him from joining the team until 1969.
Cowboys Dak Prescott Is ‘Forced’ To Idolize Roger StaubachRoger Staubach “forced’’ Dak Prescott to idolize him.
Staubach Recalls When Landry Installed Shotgun For CowboysAll these years later, Roger Staubach remembers quite clearly what his initial reaction was when Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry approached him about making the shotgun formation a recurring feature of their offense.
Chris Arnold Stories: NBA Legends Ballin' In Roger Staubach's BackyardWhat do Magic Johnson, Dominique Wilkins, Charles Barkley, and Roger Staubach have in common? They're all people that CA has personally hooped with.
Cowboys Hall Of Fame QBs Never Did What Prescott HasThe Dallas Cowboys are accomplishing things in Dak Prescott's rookie season that never happened under Hall of Fame quarterbacks Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman.
Cowboys Will Re-Create Ring Of Honor At New Frisco HeadquartersThe new headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys will have a re-creation of the team's ring of honor that will include cleat prints of Roger Staubach and Drew Pearson 50 yards apart.
Moment 1: Cowboys Win 1st Championship"I think the greatest moment is when you win the first Super Bowl," Hall of Fame head coach Tom Landry said, when asked about his favorite memory coaching the Dallas Cowboys from 1960 to 1988.
Moment 6: The First 'Hail Mary' PassAfter a 1975 playoff battle between the Dallas Cowboys and the Minnesota Vikings, quarterback Roger Staubach said that he closed his eyes and said a "Hail Mary" when he threw a 50-yard touchdown pass in the final seconds of the game.
Staubach & Pearson Look Back At Iconic PassDallas Cowboys Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach and Ring of Honor wide receiver Drew Pearson recall one of the most memorable and iconic plays in franchise history.
The Importance Of The 'Hail Mary' PlayRoger Staubach and Drew Pearson recall the 'Hail Mary' touchdown pass that vaulted the Dallas Cowboys to a 17-14 playoff victory over the Minnesota Vikings in 1975, and they discuss the importance of the play in regards to Cowboys history.
Moment 12: Johnson's Super Diving CatchThe play from coach Tom Landry was not designed to go to Butch Johnson, but an adjustment by quarterback Roger Staubach changed that. What resulted is one of the most memorable catches in Super Bowl history.