1970 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
10-4-0 2-1 5216 2374 2842 34 274 4361 2499 1862 51 241
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The Dallas Cowboys' eleventh season was in 1970, and it was the eleventh season Tom Landry served as the head coach of the team. The Cowboys played their home games at Cotton Bowl. They finished the year 10-4-0 in the regular season, en route to winning the NFC East, and 2-1 in the playoffs, eventually losing to the Baltimore Colts 16-13. At the end of the season, Chuck Howley was awarded with the Super Bowl Most Valuable Player award.


Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 @ Philadelphia Eagles 17-7
Week 2 New York Giants 28-10
Week 3 @ St. Louis Cardinals 7-20
Week 4 Atlanta Falcons 13-0
Week 5 @ Minnesota Vikings 13-54
Week 6 @ Kansas City Chiefs 27-16
Week 7 Philadelphia Eagles 21-17
Week 8 @ New York Giants 20-23
Week 9 St. Louis Cardinals 0-38
Week 10 @ Washington Redskins 45-21
Week 11 Green Bay Packers 16-3
Week 12 Washington Redskins 34-0
Week 13 @ Cleveland Browns 6-2
Week 14 Houston Oilers 52-10


Week Opponent Score Notes
Divisional Round Detroit Lions 5-0
Conference Championship @ San Francisco 49ers 17-10
Super Bowl vs. Baltimore Colts 13-16

1970 Dallas Cowboys Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Tom Landry Offensive Pass Game Coordinator: Austin "Ray" Renfro Offensive Line Coach: James A. "Jim" Myers Offensive Backfield Coach: Dan Reeves Passing Offense: Austin "Ray" Renfro Defensive Line Coach: Ernie Stautner Linebackers Coach: Jerry Tubbs Defensive Backfield Coach: Bobby Franklin Special Assistant Coach: Ermal Allen