When was the last time the Dallas Cowboys won a playoff game when their quarterback's first name did not start with the letter 'T'? 1991 . . . when Steve Beuerlein led the Cowboys to a victory over the Chicago Bears in the NFC Wild Card round.
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The Dallas Cowboys have won as many home playoff games in their history (19) as the Detroit Lions have played in overall (19), dating back to 1935.
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The Dallas Cowboys have been tough to beat at home in the playoffs throughout their history, holding a 19-8 all-time record in playoff games played in Dallas.
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In Calvin Johnson's lone career playoff game, Megatron went for 212 yards receiving on 12 catches. In his last game against the Dallas Cowboys, Johnson pulled in 329 yards receiving, the second-highest single-game total in NFL history.
Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford is 0-17 all-time when facing teams on the road with a winning record, including an 0-1 mark in the playoffs.
Tony Romo has only thrown four touchdowns in four career playoff games and has never topped more than 244 yards passing.
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The last time the Detroit Lions won a playoff game, 'Hook' starring Robin Williams and Dustin Hoffman was the No. 1 film in the country.
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This will be the third playoff meeting ever between the Dallas Cowboys and Detroit Lions. The Cowboys defeated the Lions 5-0 in a Divisional playoff game in 1970. Detroit returned the favor by beating Dallas 38-6 in 1991.
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The Dallas Cowboys have lost 6 of their last 7 playoff games, with their only win coming in a 2009 home wild-card game against the Philadelphia Eagles.
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The Detroit Lions have lost six straight playoff games. Five of those six losses have been on the road.