In 1992, many pundits felt that the Dallas Cowboys were too young to contend for a Super Bowl title. But head coach Jimmy Johnson and team knew otherwise. The Cowboys set out to prove they were already a force to be reckoned with. And so they did. Dallas shined thanks in part to its Triplets on offense: quarterback Troy Aikman, receiver Michael Irvin, and the NFLs leading rusher, Emmitt Smith. The defense was just as impressive. Linebacker Ken Norton Jr. and pass rusher Charles Haley inspired a stingy unit to become a championship-caliber one by the playoffs. The Cowboys then peaked at the right time, beating the 49ers in an epic NFC Championship Game in San Francisco, and dominating the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXVII. Join NFL Films as they retell the story of how the 92 Cowboys returned to greatness. Americas Game includes exclusive interviews with Aikman, Irvin and Norton Jr., as they recount the birth of a dynasty.