The Best Quarterbacks in Dallas Cowboys History, ranked

The Best Quarterbacks in Dallas Cowboys History, ranked

The Dallas Cowboys it could be a Team in America, but they didn't win Super Bowl since 1995 Emmitt Smith, wide receiver Michael Irvin and the initial quarter of dynasty teams in the 1990s: Troy Aikman.

Aikman got three Super Bowl ring for Dallas and he rang the shots Jerry Jones'For 12 years, but Tony Romo it holds the majority of franchise records. The other name I can't leave is Roger Staubach, who won two titles in the 1970s and became a six times bowler for the American Team.

Dallas Cowboys has many more NFL quarterbacks, including Don Meredith, Danny White, Jon Kitna, Jason Garrett, Craig Morton, and Kellen Moore.

They now have a pretty nice one Dak Prescott, so fans do not have to worry through the season and the forerunner will be steering the battles of the Red Redins, Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants in the NFC East.

The best franchise caller is always a controversial debate, but I try to rank the top 5.

5. Dak Prescott

For all the tastes he had, Dak Prescott of his quarterback Cowboys was one of the most effective people ever to make the fleet and make money.

The lowest percentage of people on this list is 1.7% and Cowboys quarters have sought at least 300 passes. His job is now easier because he put a top-flight receiver like Amari Cooper last year and Ezekiel Elliott is running back in his pocket.

A prominent rusher is the former State signal caller of Mississippi that closes up to 1,000 rushing profession but still there are ways to go to Staubach's birth to catch a 2,264 ragged yard. It is not crazy to think that Prescott could still move higher on this list if he plays the rest of his career in AT&T Stadium.

4. Danny White

White was viewed as more of a baseball prospect coming out of high school and he played both sports at Arizona State University. He signed with the Cowboys in 1976 after the World Football League was folded, and, man, he worked for them.

White was not accepting full-time fourth reserve duties until Staubach retired in 1979 but won Super Bowl in 1977.

Although perhaps the most memorable game at the end of Joe Montana's “The Catch” game in the NFC 1981 Championship game, he was 21,959 yards and this is good in the fourth. once in franchise history.

3. Staubach Roger

If he had not spent five years in the Navy after graduating from the US Naval Academy, “Roger the Dodger” or “Captain America” could reach more than two Super Bowls in the 1970s.

The Heisman Trophy winner of 1963 went on to run over 22,000 yards and 150 escapees in 11 seasons as the fourth quarter of Dallas Cowboys.

It is located in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1985, and is very popular with Staubach on this well deserved spot.

2. Tony Romo

Probably Romo knows a full-time Cowboys' leader in passport yards (34,183) and in districts (248), thanks for spending all of the 13 seasons in Dallas and some nice weapons to eventually have Jason Witten. .

You probably know that he was one of the most respected media people since he entered the booth for SLS. You probably also remember it He defeated the Seattle Seahawks in the 2007 NFC Wild Card game which will always be popular with Texans.

But did you know that, despite having 2-4 in the playoffs, Romo gave a better rating of the job in the post because of some of the best football players ever in Tom Brady, Troy Aikman, Peyton Manning, Brett Favre and Steve Young?

The free rookie agent from Eastern Illinois led the Cowboys to a franchise — most of which drives 29 games over its tenure period. Do not say that it is only a fourth quarter regular.

1. Troy Aikman

No one on this list won more than Super Bowls or Aikman. The first round of 1989 (No.1 in total) from UCLA made its way to Texas and resulted in a career which had a Lombardi trophy in 1992, 1993 and 1995.

The Hall of Famer made it Pro Bowls and is in the second time among the licenses as they headed for yards with 32,942 and spent 165 commands.

Aikman may not have the same efficiency statistics as some of these other names, but the caller of the star sign deserves credit from numerous winning postseason games unlike the previous name on this list.


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