St. Louis Rams vs Dallas Cowboys Fun Facts

Here are some fun facts between the Cowboys and Rams, although none may be relevant to tomorrows contest, it doesnt make them any less interesting. There is still an exciting game going to be played that could mean a lot for both teams. These facts are courtesy of the Cowboys site, The Landry Hat.

  • Since 1990, 47% of the teams that have made the playoffs have had 1-1 records, just like the Rams and Cowboys.
  • The Dallas Cowboys are an all-time 14-12 against 1-1 opponents.
  • The Rams are 15-15 all-time against the Cowboys, including playoffs.
  • The Dallas Cowboys are 5-1 against the St. Louis Rams in the month of September.
  • The St. Louis Rams lost their first encounter in AT&T Stadium 7-34 back in 2011, while head coach Jeff Fisher’s Tennessee Titans beat Dallas 34-27 in 2010, sending the Cowboys to 1-3 on the season.
  • All-time, Jeff Fisher holds a 3-2 advantage as head coach against the Dallas Cowboys.
  • Coming off of a road loss and playing at home, Jason Garrett is 5-1. His first win in such a circumstance came in 2011 when the Cowboys lost 16-20 to the Patriots and then came home to trounce the Rams 34-7, coming off of losses in general, Jason Garrett is 10-6.
  • In Week 3 contests, Jason Garrett is 2-0, and both of those have been at home in AT&T Stadium.
  • In rematches with teams against whom he won the initial encounter of his career, Jason Garrett is 2-3.
  • Jason Garrett is 3-0 at home in the month of September.
  • Tony Romo is 2-0 against the St. Louis Rams.
  • Sam Bradford is 0-5 on the road in the month of September.





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