Tom Landry was the Head Coach of the Dallas Cowboys for 29 years (1960-1988).
During his tenure, the Cowboys won 13 divisional titles, five NFC Championships and two Super Bowls.
His regular season record was 270-178-6 and Landry also won 20 playoff games, more than any other NFL Head Coach.
Landry led the Cowboys to 20 straight winning seasons (1966-85).
Prior to becoming the Cowboys Head Coach, Landry was the New York Giants defensive coordinator from 1954-59.
Landry also played for the Giants and earned a Masters Degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Texas.
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