1993 Super Bowl XXVII vs Buffalo - Irvin's Two TDs in 18s
1978 Super Bowl XII vs Denver - Halfback pass for second title
1996 Super Bowl XXX vs Pittsburgh - Brown picks O'Donnell ... again
2010 NFC Wild Card Playoff vs Philadelphia - Jones' 76yd TD
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1993 Super Bowl XXVII
Irvin's Two TDs in 18s
Dallas vs Buffalo
52 - 17
31 January, 1993
It was the beginning of the Cowboys 90s dynasty. Dallas crushed the Bills, winning by a 5 touchdown margin and forcing a record 9 turnovers. Michael Irvin tied a Super Bowl record with 2 touchdown catches in the same quarter, receiving 2 passes from Troy Aikman just 18 seconds apart.
1978 Super Bowl XII
Halfback pass for second title
Dallas vs Denver
27 - 10
15 January, 1978
In their 2nd Super Bowl victory, Roger Staubach and the Doomsday Defense crushed the Broncos Orange Crush with a stifling defense that forced 8 turnovers. The game was put out of reach midway through the 4th quarter with Robert Newhouse's 29-yard TD pass on a halfback option to Golden Richards.
1996 Super Bowl XXX
Brown picks O'Donnell ... again
Dallas vs Pittsburgh
27 - 17
1 January, 1996
The Steelers had inched within a FG when Larry Brown collected his 2nd interception of the game. The pick set up an Emmit Smith TD that gave the Cowboys an insurmountable lead. The play helped earn Brown the Super Bowl MVP award and earned Dallas their 3rd Super Bowl in 4 seasons and 5th overall.
2010 NFC Wild Card Playoff
Jones' 76yd TD
Dallas vs Philadelphia
34 - 14
9 January, 2010
The Cowboys ended their winless playoff drought with a big Wild Card win over the Eagles in 2010. Dallas never trailed in the game, putting up 4 TDs and 2 FGs to the Eagles 2 TDs. The icing on the cake was Felix Jones' franchise playoff record 76-yard TD run off a handoff from Tony Romo.