The 2009-10 Dallas Cowboys season was the 50th anniversary in the NFL & the team's first season playing at Cowboys Stadium. Their victory over the Oakland Raiders on November 26 extended their Thanksgiving winning streak to 4 in a row and also ended a 3 game losing streak against the Raiders. They also ended the Saints' bid for a perfect season after a 13–0 start with a 24–17 victory on December 19. The Cowboys punched their ticket to the playoffs on December 27 after beating the division rival Redskins 17–0.
On January 3, 2010, the Cowboys clinched their division with a shutout win over the Philadelphia Eagles, 24–0. In the wild-card round, the Cowboys stomped the Eagles, 34–14, to score their first playoff win since 1996 and finish the season sweep of all three games played against Philadelphia. They lost 34-3 to the Minnesota Vikings in the divisional game, a heartbreaking end of their season.
Luckily, 9 Cowboys, including Tony Romo, Jason Witten, and DeMarcus Ware, attended the Pro Bowl. The franchise put out an impressive 11-5 record, tying Philly and the Giants 4-2 in the division games. With this being, they took #3 spot in the NFC playoffs.