Roger Staubach, Troy Aikman, Tony Romo and the Best Quarterback Seasons in Dallas Cowboys History

The Dallas Cowboys are known as America’s Team and they have played in some of the biggest games in football history. Over the years, the team has also had some great quarterbacks suit up for them. Which quarterbacks for the Cowboys though have had the best seasons for the team in different categories?

Starting Every Game

Dallas has had a long history of having stability at quarterback. The following quarterbacks have started every game in one season for the Cowboys at least one time: Craig Morton, Roger Staubach, Danny White, Troy Aikman, Quincy Carter, Drew Bledsoe, and Tony Romo.


Tony Romo completed 347 passes in 2009, this is the most that has ever been completed by a Cowboys quarterback in one season. He broke the team record of 335 that was set by none other than himself in 2007.


The most interceptions thrown in one season by a Cowboys quarterback is 25. This was firs ufabet มือถือ t done in the team’s first season in football, 1960, by quarterback Eddie LeBaron and was equaled in 1980 by Danny White. The fewest interceptions thrown for the team by a quarterback who started every game of the year is the seven thrown by Troy Aikman in 1995.

Passing Yards

No Cowboys quarterback has thrown for more yards in one season than Tony Romo’s 4,483 in 2009. In fact, Romo is the only Cowboys quarterback to ever top the 4,000 yard mark… and he has done it twice, doing it first in 2007.

Touchdown Passes

In 2007, Tony Romo threw more touchdown passes in one season than any other Cowboys quarterback ever had when he completed 36 of