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1967 Dallas Cowboys season

 

1967 Dallas Cowboys season

1967 Dallas Cowboys season
Head coach Tom Landry
Home field Cotton Bowl
Results
Record 9–5
Division place 1st NFL Capitol
Playoff finish Lost NFL Championship
Timeline
Previous season      Next season
< 1966      1968 >

The 1967 Dallas Cowboys season was their eighth in the league. The team failed to improve on their previous output of 10–3–1, winning only nine games.[1] They qualified for the playoffs for the third consecutive season.

Schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 17, 1967 at Cleveland Browns W 21–14
81,039
2 September 24, 1967 New York Giants W 38–24
66,209
3 October 1, 1967 Los Angeles Rams L 35–13
75,229
4 October 8, 1967 at Washington Redskins W 17–14
50,566
5 October 15, 1967 New Orleans Saints W 14–10
64,128
6 October 22, 1967 at Pittsburgh Steelers W 24–21
39,641
7 October 29, 1967 at Philadelphia Eagles L 21–14
60,740
8 November 5, 1967 Atlanta Falcons W 37–7
54,751
9 November 12, 1967 at New Orleans Saints W 27–10
83,437
10 November 19, 1967 Washington Redskins L 27–20
75,538
11 November 23, 1967 St. Louis Cardinals W 46–21
68,787
12 December 3, 1967 at Baltimore Colts L 23–17
60,238
13 December 10, 1967 Philadelphia Eagles W 38–17
55,834
14 December 16, 1967 at San Francisco 49ers L 24–16
27,182

Game summaries

Week 14

1 234Total
Cowboys 3 0013 16
• 49ers 7 1430 24


Playoffs

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
Eastern Conference Championship December 24, 1967 Cleveland Browns W 52–14
70,786
NFL Championship December 31, 1967 at Green Bay Packers L 21–17
50,861

Standings

Roster

Dallas Cowboys 1967 roster
Quarterbacks

Running Backs

Wide Receivers

Tight Ends

Offensive Linemen

Defensive Linemen

Linebackers

Defensive Backs

Special Teams

Reserve Lists

Currently vacant

Rookies in italics
42 Active, 0 Inactive

References

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