Head Coaches

The Dallas Cowboys joined the NFL as an expansion team in 1960. Below is a history of the Dallas Cowboys Head Coaches.

Tom Landry 1960-1988

  • 418 Regular season games
  • 250-162-6 career record
  • .607% winning percentage
  • 36 Playoff appearance
  • 20-16 playoff record
  • 5 Super Bowl appearances
  • 2-3 Super Bowl record
  • .556% winning playoff percentage

 

Jimmy Johnson 1989-1993

  • 80 regular season games
  • 44-36 career record
  • .550% winning percentage
  • 8 Playoff appearances
  • 7-1 Playoff record
  • 2 Super Bowl appearances
  • 2-0 Super Bowl record
  • .875% winning playoff percentage

 

Barry Switzer 1994-1997

  • 60 regular season games
  • 40-24 career record
  • .625% winning percentage
  • 7 Playoff appearances
  • 5-2 Playoff record
  • 1 Super Bowl appearance
  • 1-0 Super Bowl record
  • .714% winning playoff percentage

 

Chan Gailey 1998-1999

  • 32 regular season games
  • 18-14 career record
  • .563% winning percentage
  • 2 Playoff appearances
  • 0-2 Playoff record
  • 0 Super Bowls
  • .000% winning playoff percentage

 

Dave Campo 2000-2002

  • 48 regular season games
  • 15-33 career record
  • .313% winning percentage
  • 0 Playoff appearances

 

Bill Parcells 2003-2006

  • 64 regular season games
  • 34-30 career record
  • .531% winning percentage
  • 2 Playoff appearances
  • 0-2 Playoff record
  • 0 Super Bowls
  • .000% winning playoff percentage

 

Wade Phillips 2007-2010

  • 56 regular season games
  • 34-22 career record
  • .607% winning percentage
  • 3 Playoff appearances
  • 1-2 Playoff record
  • 0 Super Bowls
  • .333% winning playoff percentage

 

Jason Garrett 2010-current

  • 56 regular season games
  • 29-27 career record
  • .518% winning percentage
  • 0 Playoff appearances