1994 Dallas Cowboys schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
12-4-0 1-1 6222 4050 2172 31 378 4934 3135 1799 33 310
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The Dallas Cowboys' thirty-fifth season was in 1994, playing their home games at Texas Stadium. During the offseason they hired Barry Switzer to lead the team. Switzer had never previously coached in the NFL in any capacity before the 1994 season. They finished the year 12-4-0 in the regular season, en route to winning the NFC East, and 1-1 in the playoffs, eventually losing to the San Francisco 49ers 38-28.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 @ Pittsburgh Steelers 26-9
Week 2 Houston Oilers 20-17
Week 3 Detroit Lions 17-20
Week 5 @ Washington Redskins 34-7
Week 6 Arizona Cardinals 38-3
Week 7 Philadelphia Eagles 24-13
Week 8 @ Arizona Cardinals 28-21
Week 9 @ Cincinnati Bengals 23-20
Week 10 New York Giants 38-10
Week 11 @ San Francisco 49ers 14-21
Week 12 Washington Redskins 31-7
Week 13 Green Bay Packers 42-31
Week 14 @ Philadelphia Eagles 31-19
Week 15 Cleveland Browns 14-19
Week 16 @ New Orleans Saints 24-16
Week 17 @ New York Giants 10-15


Week Opponent Score Notes
Divisional Round Green Bay Packers 35-9
Conference Championship @ San Francisco 49ers 28-38

1994 Dallas Cowboys Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Barry Switzer Offensive Coordinator: Ernie Zampese Defensive Coordinator: Butch Davis Wide Receivers Coach: Hubbard Alexander Offensive Line Coach: Hudson Houck Running Backs Coach: Joe Brodsky Tight Ends Coach: Robert Ford Offensive Quality Control Coach: Steve Hoffman Defensive Line Coach: John Blake Linebackers Coach: Jim Eddy Defensive Backs Coach: Dave Campo Defensive Assistant Coach: Mike Zimmer Defensive Quality Control Coach: Steve Hoffman Special Teams Coach: Joe Avezzano Kicking Coach: Steve Hoffman Strength and Conditioning Coach: Mike Woicik Assistant Director of Football Operations: Craig Glieber Scout: Jim Garrett