Have the 2021 Cowboys rolled the clock back to the 1990s?

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At 4-1 and atop the NFC East, the Dallas Cowboys are partying like it's the 1990s, but there's still much to accomplish to match those legendary squads of the past.
DALLAS — Don't blame the pollyanna Cowboys fans for dreaming about a revival of the early '90s; blame the guys who were there, and said it.

During the FOX telecast of the Dallas Cowboys' 44-20 beating of the New York Giants on Sunday afternoon at AT&T Stadium, commentator Troy Aikman compared the 4-1 squad to the now mythical Dallas teams that he played on in the early 1990s.

The era of the Triplets and three Super Bowl wins in four years seems more like a distant memory with each passing season, but for the folks who made those squads so magical, this year's team is starting to awaken old feelings.

Similarly to his quarterback from those teams, analyst Jimmy Johnson was on his way to going that far on the postgame show until his co-hosts cut him off.

.@JimmyJohnson says this is the best #Cowboys team he has seen since — and then his cohosts drown him out. — Mark Lane (@therealmarklane) October 10, 2021

Cowboys chief operating officer Stephen Jones joined 105.3 "The Fan" [KRLD-FM] Monday to talk about the comparisons as he was also an eyewitness to history during the Cowboys' Super Bowl…
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