When you first hear about the NFL, you usually hear about the Dallas Cowboys, among other things. Either because it is one of the most successful franchises in history or because it is the team of Homer Simpson himself.
Now you can have some fun with the following cool Dallas Cowboys coloring page. Put your colors on the images, and then you will be fun. Happy coloring.
Printable Dallas Cowboys Coloring Pages
Without a doubt, the Dallas Cowboys are the most valuable franchise in the NFL, and a recent study conducted by Forbes magazine has proven it. And not only in the NFL, but they are the most valuable sports franchise in history.
In addition, the Cowboys have numerous fans all over the United States and even hold the NFL record for the most consecutive games in which their stadium has been sold out.
The Dallas Cowboys franchise was founded in 1960 with some controversy. The owner of the Redskins at the time, George Marshall, opposed creating a franchise in Texas.
When the founders of the Cowboys learned of this opposition, they acquired the rights to the song “Hail to the Redskins” so that the fans of the Washington team could not sing it during games.
Finally, Marshall relented in exchange for the rights to the song, and the Dallas Cowboys were founded in 1960.
Although it is true that in the early days of the franchise, the Dallas Cowboys were called the Dallas Steers until they changed their name to Dallas Cowboys, but not before also calling themselves the Dallas Rangers.
The franchise entered the Playoffs in 1966, which marked the beginning of a historical era. During the ’70s, the Cowboys were to reach the Superbowl for the first time, precisely in 1971 but failed to win the Lombardi after losing to the Baltimore Colts.
The following year the Cowboys were to repeat the feat of reaching the Superbowl, but this time with a happy ending for all Cowboys fans, as the Cowboys beat the Miami Dolphins to win the first of the five Superbowls, they have in their trophy cabinets.
But this does not end here. During this decade, the Cowboys reached the Superbowl 3 more times, winning only in Superbowl XII.
The Dallas franchise set the record for most appearances in the Superbowl during a decade, and its fame grew exponentially.
In the ’80s, precisely in 1989, an event that would determine the future of the Dallas Cowboys took place. Jerry Jones bought the franchise from the then-owner, Bum Bright.
The first pick of the Jones era was a player who marked a before and after in the franchise’s history, the QB coming from the University of Miami, Troy Aikman.
During the ‘reign’ of Jerry Jones, the Cowboys managed to win 3 Superbowls in the XXVII, XVIII editions, both against the Buffalo Bills and the last one against the Steelers in the XXX edition.
Jerry Jones is still the Cowboy’s owner today and is known to be one of the most eccentric owners in the league.