Dallas Cowboys Tickets

The Dallas Cowboys are starting out the season after a near miss at making it to the playoffs last year. The team looks like it may be able to make another run at it this season with a powerful team line up. With Tony Romo and Jason Whitten packing a punch, it could be a good season for the team. Dallas Cowboys tickets are available soon for the upcoming 2011 season. Pre-season Dallas Cowboys tickets are also available online soon, so be sure to watch for them to get in on the game.

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Of course in a division that features the Super Bowl champions, it seems a longshot the Dallas Cowboys would be able to improve enough to beat out the Giants for the NFC East division title or pick up a wild card in a suddenly loaded NFC. Jones will do his best as the owner/general manager/control freak to give Jason Garrett all the pieces he needs to make Cowboys Stadium the location of at least one playoff game.

The skill position players are there. Quarterback Tony Romo, wide receiver Miles Austin, tight end Jason Witten, and running back DeMarco Murray should be able to manage more than last season's paltry 23 points a game. The addition of guard Mackenzy Bernadeau should shore up the right side, though the Cowboys may still use its 14th draft pick to reach for a starting guard. Romo had a spectacular season, posting a 102.5 QB Rating. If Murray can truly usurp Felix Jones as the starting running back and the trio of Witten, Austin, and a player like Dez Bryant can come together to form a Top 10 passing offense.

The defense excelled against run, but struggled to squash the pass. Cornerback Michael Jenkins has a new partner in CB Brandon Carr and safety Gerald Sensabaugh has a new partner at safety in Brodney Poole. The Cowboys should look to shore up the linebacker group with a puss rushing linebacker in the draft, since they have already signed seven players.

Dallas Cowboys History

The Dallas Cowboys, America's Team, actually came to the NFL late. As the NFL's first modern expansion team, the Cowboys began playing in 1960. The franchise has been quite successful, winning five NFL championships, ranking among the most impressive teams in the league.

The first came in 1971. With Roger Staubach at quarterback and Tom Landry roaming the sidelines as head coach, the Cowboys went 11-3 in the regular season and took first in the NFC East. Dallas had arrived as a contender six seasons earlier and had played in the previous season's Super Bowl, losing to the Baltimore Colts 16-13. The Cowboys came into Super Bowl VI on a roll and took down the Miami Dolphins 24-3. Staubuch walked away with the Super Bowl MVP after completing 12 of 19 passes for 119 yards and two touchdowns.

Dallas Cowboys tickets suddenly became potential Super Bowl seats every season. Six seasons later the Cowboys returned to the Super Bowl, winning 27-10 over the Denver Broncos. The team featured Rookie of the Year Tony Dorsett and Super Bowl co-MVPs Harvey Martin and Randy White, the pair defensive linemen who anchored the Doomsday Defense that shut down the prolific Broncos offense.

The franchise struggled over the course of the 1980s, but rebuilt under head coach Jimmy Johnson. Quarterback Troy Aikman, running back Emmitt Smith, an wide receiver Michael Irvin stood out on offense thanks to the league's best offensive line. The defense dominated with an oft-changing guard. In the end, the Dallas Cowboys of the 1990s won Super Bowls in 1992, 1993 and 1995. They twice defeated the Buffalo Bills and once took out the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Cowboys have been trying to recapture the magic with quarterback Tony Romo and an attack-oriented defense in the 21st century.

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2018 Dallas Cowboys Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) Sep 8, 2018
AT&T Stadium
Arlington, TX
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