Dallas Cowboys Nowhere to Be Found As Steelers Continue Towards Dallas

January 16, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

In just a few weeks one team will be crowned Super Bowl champion on the Dallas Cowboys home field.
It won't be the Cowboys.
Since their inception into the NFL in 1960, the Dallas Cowboys have been the heroes of millions of football fans across the country and even in other parts of the world.
The Cowboys represented all that Americans loved in a hero- success, greatness, talent, heart, integrity, hard work, perseverance, and with Tom Landry at the helm- a righteousness that told the world that the good guys could come out on top.
And since that time, there has been no greater thorn in the side of the Cowboys and their fans than the Pittsburgh Steelers. They were the men in black, the hated ones, the anti-Cowboys.
While the rivalry between the Cowboys and the Redskins could generate more hostility in the Cowboys and their fans than the average world war, it would be the heart-breaking Super Bowl losses to the Pittsbur...

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