Hank Hill, of King of the Hill, seems to idolize Tom Landry.
He was married to Alicia Wiggs, and they had three children.
When he died, every NFL team sent a represenative to his funeral.
He was known for his religious piety.
He played in his first Pro-Bowl in 1955.
He was named an All-Pro in 1954.
He became a successful motivational speaker.
He was active in business with his son and various Christian organizations after retiring.
He became the eight man in the Cowboys Ring of Honor in 1993.
He went to Mission High School.
Tom Landry served in the Army Air Corps during WWII.
He was class president and a football standout in high school.
He was nearly killed as a child when he was hit in a car accident.
He always wore his trademark fedora and suit during games.
He recored 32 interceptions during his career.
He played defensive back, punter and kick returner with the 1949 New York Yankees in the All-America Football Conference.
He won two Super Bowls.
He won five NFC titles.
He had 20-straight winning seasons.
His 270 career wins is tied for third most ever.
His career record is, 270 wins, 178 losses and and six ties.
His 29-year tenure with one team ties an NFL record.
He was the coach who perfected the flex defense, the mulitple offense and the revived the shotgun offense.
He was known for his impassive sideline demeanor.
He was the coach of the Dallas Cowboys from 1960-1988.
He attended the University of Texas.
He was elected into the Hall of Fame in 1990.