On October 27, 2002, Emmitt Smith broke the NFL rushing record previously held by Walter Payton.
As the Cowboys face the Texans this weekend, we go back in time to October 15th, 2006 when Romo came in for mop-up duty against the Texans and threw his first career TD pass.
Take a look back at the 2011 game against the Rams where rookie DeMarco Murray set the Cowboys rushing record.
In 2011, after suffering a broken rib, Tony Romo returns to the game in San Francisco to lead the Cowboys to an overtime victory.
On September 24, 2000, Terrell Owens celebration on the Texas Star was answered by both Emmitt Smith and George Teague.
On September 19, 2005, Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith, and Michael Irvin were inducted into the Cowboys Ring Of Honor, and then the Cowboys stunned the Redskins on the field.
On October 15, 2003, Randal Williams returned a game opening onside kick to give the Cowboys a lead just three seconds into the game. The Cowboys went on to defeat the Eagles 23-21.
Trailing 17-0 to the Redskins in the final game of the 1979 season, Roger Staubach led the Cowboys to victory in what would be his final game against Washington.
Things got chippy in a December 2000 matchup between two hated rivals.
The Cowboys trailed 17-16 in the 1983 NFC Wildcard game against the Buccaneers when a timely interception by a rookie changed the game.
"This guy's got a rocket booster strapped to his back!", proclaimed Dan Dierdorf as Larry Allen chased down a Troy Aikman interception during his rookie year in 1994. Allen is nominated for a spot in the Hall of Fame, which will be announced this Saturday.
Watch as Larry Allen works his way up to a 700 lb. bench press during the spring of 2001.
Some Cowboys legends speak about what made Larry Allen so great, as he is announced as a member of 2013's Hall of Fame class.
In 1979, and during Roger Staubach's final regular season game the Cowboys defeated the Redskins to win the NFC East.
On December 23, 1973 Drew Pearson hauled in a pass form Roger Staubach and took it 83-yards to propel the Cowboys to a 27-16 victory over the L.A. Rams in the playoffs.
On November 23, 2006 Tony Romo threw for a Cowboys record 5 touchdowns in one game as the Cowboys defeated Tampa Bay.
On November 23, 2003 the Cowboys defeated the Carolina Panthers and prompted one of Bill Parcels most famous quotes as coach of the Cowboys.
On October 24, 1971 the Cowboys opened Texas Stadium.
On November 19, 2006 Tony Romo took the field for his first start in Texas Stadium, and saddled the Colts with their first loss of the season.
On Thanksgiving in 1974 Clint Longley finished off a late game comeback with a long bomb to Drew Pearson.