Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Dallas Cowboys 21 to 17

Sunday, January 18, 1976, Super Bowl

The Cowboys played the Steelers in Super Bowl X on Sunday, January 18, 1976. The Steelers entered the game looking to defend their previous year's championship against the Cowboys. The Cowboys entered the game with a record of 10-4-0, while the Steelers entered the game with a record of 12-2-0. The Steelers won 21-17 to win Super Bowl X, finishing their championship season with a record of 12-2-0 in the regular season, 3-0 in the playoffs. The Cowboys finished their season 10-4-0 in the regular season, 2-1 in the playoffs. Lynn Swann was voted as the Super Bowl MVP, the first Super Bowl MVP of his career.


Pittsburgh Steelers offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
339 190 149 0 13

Coaches

Head Coach: Chuck Noll Defensive Coordinator: Bud Carson Wide Receivers Coach: Lionel Taylor Offensive Line Coach: Dan Radakovich Offensive Backfield Coach: Dick Hoak Defensive Line Coach: George J. Perles Linebackers Coach: Woody Widenhofer Strength Coach: Lou Riecke Flexibility Coach: Paul Uram


Dallas Cowboys offense

Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
270 162 108 3 14

Coaches

Head Coach: Tom Landry Offensive Coordinator: James A. "Jim" Myers Defensive Coordinator: Ernie Stautner Quarterbacks Coach: Ed Hughes Wide Receivers Coach: Ed Hughes Offensive Line Coach: James A. "Jim" Myers Tight Ends Coach: Mike Ditka Offensive Backfield Coach: Dan Reeves Defensive Line Coach: Ernie Stautner Linebackers Coach: Jerry Tubbs Defensive Backfield Coach: Gene Stallings Special Teams Coach: Mike Ditka Special Assistant Coach: Ermal Allen Strength and Conditioning Coach: Alvin Roy Scout: Jim Garrett