Roger Staubach might be the guy most responsible for making the Dallas Cowboys “America’s Team.” Nicknamed “Captain America” himself, Staubach won the Heisman Trophy at the U.S. Naval Academy, served a tour of duty in Vietnam, and then led the Cowboys to five Super Bowl appearances — including four as the starter — in his 11-year career. But Staubach might’ve been best known for his late game heroics, leading the Cowboys to 23 game-winning drives (15 comebacks) in the fourth quarter during his career, with 17 of those in the final two minutes or in overtime. The six-time Pro Bowl selection was named to the NFL’s 1970s All-Decade Team. Staubach is also one of four players in the history of the NFL to win both the Heisman Trophy and the Super Bowl MVP award.