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7/29/14 – The Dallas Cowboys are back in action! Training camp got started last week—can you guess which passionate player is making sure everyone gets started on the right foot? Dez Bryant is, as usual, a central figure at training camp. Head coach Jason Garrett knows how to “get under [his] skin” and fuel the receiver’s “competitive fire” according to ESPN. The Pro Bowler will be entering his fifth year and has now assumed a leadership position on the roster, especially after the Cowboys cut Miles Austin in the offseason. Players respect and consider his sheer passion inspiring, see if they can translate it onto the field with Dallas Cowboys tickets in 2014.
7/22/14 – The Dallas Cowboys are on their way to Oxnard, California, gearing up for the start of training camp this Thursday. Before the pads come on, no team member is safe from the dreaded conditioning test that players must take before camp begins. A series of exhaustive sprints will determine if the player will start the year on the physically unable to perform list until able to pass the test; last year, Jay Ratliff failed, and was ultimately cut in October. See the whole team in tip-top shape come Aug. 7 for their preseason Week 1 game. Score Dallas Cowboys tickets at San Diego Chargers for a $17 minimum.
7/15/14 – Dallas Cowboys tickets are among the top three NFL teams with the highest ticket prices for the 2014 season. Fans will pay an average of $277 for all home games at AT&T Stadium—but if you think that’s pricey, try the Cowboys-49ers matchup for Week 1. The highly anticipated game between these two storied franchises is 46% more expensive than the usual Cowboys ticket at home, chalking up a $404.50 average. Don’t let these prices shock you Cowboys Nation, because overall, Dallas Cowboys tickets are down in price after a series of 8-8 records and one playoff win in the last decade.
7/3/14 - The Dallas Cowboys will open the regular season at AT&T Stadium against the San Francisco 49ers in a tilt between two of the most successful franchises in NFL history with 5 Super Bowl Championships apiece. This game is presently averaging $410 for Dallas Cowboys tickets which, according to RazorGator, makes this Week 1 meeting the priciest of the season and third highest Dallas game since 2010.
7/2/14 - The Dallas Cowboys are hopefully that they have found a suitable replacement for injured LB Sean Lee who tore his ACL a few weeks ago in Rolando McClain. The Cowboys acquired McClain and a 7th round pick from Baltimore in exchange for their 2015 6th round pick. According to RazorGator the Cowboys least expensive game of the season is their November matchup with the Arizona Cardinals wherein Dallas Cowboys tickets are going for under $200 on average.
7/1/14 – If you are one of the many Dallas Cowboys fans who’ve been adamantly begging Tony Romo to stop playing golf in the off-season, your wish has been granted! The quarterback says he hasn’t picked up his clubs since undergoing back surgery. Despite being an avid golfer, even attempting to qualify for the US Open, the quarterback will do everything he can to improve his football game. The month of July marks the calm before the storm that is training camp, but the Cowboys’ facility has been anything but silent. Players like Brandon Weeden and Tyrone Crawford worked with the best football high schools in Texas that visited Valley Ranch for the annual Nike Football Festival. The talented high-schoolers competed in seven-on-seven tournaments and other skills competitions hoping to impress the pros on deck. Score Dallas Cowboys tickets and see these players take the gridiron this season, looking to impress you!
6/23/14 - One of the most interesting things at his years Dallas Cowboys offseason has been something that hasn’t happened. Kyle Orton, the Cowboys backup quarterback, has been missing from Dallas’ workouts and is reportedly leaning toward retirement over coming back and riding the bench for another season. Regardless of whether Orton is on the roster or not the Cowboys will begin Week 1 by playing the San Francisco 49ers which is also going as the most expensive Dallas Cowboys ticket of the entire season according to RazorGator.
6/17/14- Kyle Orton is facing thousands of dollars in fines for failing to show up to team physicals, OTAs and even more if he misses mandatory minicamp, which starts today. The backup QB may well decide to retire from the game, though the veteran will forfeit his signing bonus if he does so. The franchise is prepared to replace him after the acquisition of Brandon Wheeden in the offseason. Now, onto a player who truly wants to be a Cowboy "forever.” DeMarco Murray is entering the final year of his rookie contract looking for an extension, because the running back “love[s] Dallas…the fans...the organization” and wishes to be a Cowboy for as long as they would allow him. See who is in the No. 2 spot behind Tony Romo, and if the franchise locks in their star running back, with Dallas Cowboys tickets in 2014!
6/10/14- If there’s anything that this year’s OTAs are giving Dallas Cowboys fans, it’s assurance that their team will snap out of the doldrums of football mediocrity. Not only is Tony Romo on the fast track to health, post back-surgery, but he stated himself: “at this point I could play in a game if I had to.” Additionally, second-year players like Travis Frederick (center) and Terrance Williams (WR) are looking primed for breakout years, following their promising individual 2013 campaigns and excellence in summer prep drills. See if these players can turn heads once preseason starts in two months with Dallas Cowboys tickets!
6/2/14 - Upon the release of Miles Austin, the Dallas Cowboys gained $5.5 million in salary cap space. This provides much needed cash that can be put towards extending Dez Bryant's contract, as well as bagging another linebacker. The fall of Pro-Bowler Sean Lee caused the franchise to look at the free agent market for options, with players including Brian Urlacher and Jonathan Vilma on the radar. America's Team is on the prowl to find an ample replacement, in the meantime hunt down your Dallas Cowboys tickets today and see the squad take off this summer!
5/27/14 - Some bad news broke early for the Cowboys during today's first full-team OTAs: veteran middle linebacker Sean Lee is feared out for the year due to knee injury. While one player goes down, another rises: Tony Romo made his return to the field on the same day his pass rusher exited early, just six months after undergoing back surgery for a herniated disk. Brandon Weeden will be taking the majority of snaps as Romo furthers rehab. Whether starter or back-up QB, Dallas is heavily padded on the O-line, with veteran Mackenzy Bernadeau, Tyron Smith, Travis Frederick and standout rookie Zack Martin vying for right-guard. See who wins the position with Dallas Cowboys tickets!
5/19/14 - In one weekend, second round pick DeMarcus Lawrence met his newborn son and made the first appearance of his pro football career at the Dallas Cowboys rookie mini-camp. Let's hope this fortune extends over the entire Cowboys organization this season! The Cowboys are certainly refusing to settle for mediocrity anymore, having scooped up former Arizona running back Ryan Williams immediately after the Cardinals dropped him on Monday. Their players feel it too: Brandon Carr stated he's "trying to take over the league" in his third season on America's team. See if the determined shutdown corner achieves his goal with 2014 Dallas Cowboys tickets!
5/12/14 - Dallas Cowboys VP Stephen Jones said the franchise aimed to get younger and better defensive players in the 2014 Draft. The Cowboys did just that: Dallas plucked seven defensive players out of nine, forgoing the touted Texas A&M QB in favor of selecting Notre Dame's No .16 overall offensive lineman Zack Martin. The team even traded their 2nd and 3rd-round picks to Washington to secure defensive end from Boise State, Demarcus Lawrence. There's nowhere to go but up for America's Team (or its league-worst defense), score Dallas Cowboys tickets in 2014 and see this improvement pay off in person!
4/16/14 - The Dallas Cowboys hold training camp in Oxnard, California to escape the Texas heat, but this year, the squad may have to cut their vacation camp a week early to accommodate for exhibition matchups. While they typically play the first two games on the road and the final two at home, this summer they will be spent alternating matches—thanks to a scheduling conflict with British boyband One Direction's AT&T Stadium concert on Aug 24. Dallas will open up preseason play on the road with a trip to San Diego, followed by a visit with Miami in Week 3 (Aug 21-24). They'll be in Arlington to host the Baltimore Ravens in Week 2 (Aug 14-18) and the Denver Broncos on Aug 28 in Week 4. The game against Denver marks the return of DE DeMarcus Ware, who was released by the Cowboys during free agency and signed to the Broncos. Get your tickets now to see if the Dallas Cowboys are off to a good start this year!
2/11/14 – The biggest concern for the Cowboys this offseason, is the recovery of Tony Romo’s surgically repaired back. The quarterback underwent a discectomy to repair a herniated disk at the end of the year, but is expected to be ready for the start of Spring activities with the team. Romo had 31 touchdowns and 10 interceptions in 2013 and led his team to 8-8 finish, good enough for second place in the NFC East. Dallas will try and improve on their back-to-back .500 seasons with first-and-foremost improving the defensive line after Anthony Spencer and Jason Hatcher are set to hit the free-agent market.
12/23/13 - The Dallas Cowboys shocked all, and kept playoffs within reach, after a dramatic come-from-behind victory over the Washington Redskins yesterday, 24-23. With the season on the line, Tony Romo threw a last-minute miracle touchdown pass to DeMarco Murray, effectively bouncing back from last week’s disastrous loss. Unluckily, Romo tweaked his back during the course of the game and the QB will not play in Sunday’s “winner take all” bout against the Philadelphia Eagles for the division title. Dallas Cowboys tickets are the hottest of the week, averaging $432 and $48 to get into the can’t-miss NFC East finale on Sunday night.
12/16/13 - The Dallas Cowboys suffered a painful home loss to the Green Bay Packers, blowing a 23-point halftime lead and ushering in another mega-meltdown performance for the franchise books. The disheartening defeat came from a full team collapse in the fourth quarter: HC Jason Garrett’s failure to effectively manage the game, a weak defense, and Tony Romo’s two costly interceptions prompted a frustrated Dez Bryant to leave the field early as his team finished 36-37. Playoff chances are still in the mix as long as they win their last two games, so Dallas will have to snap out of it when they meet the Washington Redskins next Sunday. Dallas Cowboys tickets are $174 on average.
12/10/13 - The Dallas Cowboys were handed a bitter loss in the cold on Monday Night Football, courtesy of the Chicago Bears (28-45). Though DeMarco Murray put up some remarkable numbers, he could not carry the team or its waning defense and lackluster tackling which allowed the Bears offense to plow down the field and annihilate the scoreboard on the first 8 possessions. With Philadelphia moving ahead by one game (the two will meet in Week 17), it’s do-or-die for the Cowboys who must win-out the rest of the season. Be there to cheer on Tony Romo and crew next week when they host the Green Bay Packers (hopefully sans Aaron Rodgers). Dallas Cowboys tickets are the priciest of the week, at $229 on average.
12/2/13 - The Dallas Cowboys have cemented their lead in the NFC East after rallying to defeat the Oakland Raiders on Thanksgiving, 31-24. In a dreaded start, Dallas fumbled the opening kickoff, allowed Oakland a return score, and fell behind quickly—but Tony Romo and company looked like a different team after recess. Maybe it was Selena Gomez's halftime performance that revved the Cowboys up and over a 14-point deficit, or maybe it was DeMarco Murray, who had three touchdown runs on the day. Either way, America’s team is on a roll! Dallas Cowboys tickets when they face the ailing Chicago Bears are the second highest of the week at $313 on average.
11/25/13 - The Dallas Cowboys found redemption against the New York Giants, 24-21, in a hard fought Sunday victory to gain leadership in the NFC East. Tony Romo threw two touchdown passes and secured a last-second game-winning field goal to crush the NY Giants' postseason hopes and end their 4 game win streak. The Cowboys hold the tiebreaker over the Philadelphia Eagles, and will look for a back to back victory over the Oakland Raiders on Thanksgiving Day. Dallas Cowboys tickets for the holiday game are just $38 to get in and $231 on average, tickets include a half-time performance by Selena Gomez to boot!
11/18/13- The Dallas Cowboys were gutted by the New Orleans Saints last Sunday in their worst loss in 5 years (17-49). Dallas’ defense was run all over again, allowing Drew Brees nearly 400 yards, and has given up over 500 yards in four other games. The Cowboys have a shot at improving their playoff chances next Sunday against the rising New York Giants when they emerge from their bye week. Dallas Cowboys tickets are the second hottest of Week 12, just behind Sunday night’s Manning-Brady showdown, at $452 on average.
11/11/13 - The Dallas Cowboys are at .500 again, after being dominated by the New Orleans Saints in Sunday’s 49-17 beatdown. The Cowboys defense were "historically bad," allowing the Saints to set a single game record for most first downs (40) on Sunday, accruing 625 yards. Tony Romo had a season-low 128 yards and went 10 of 24 passes on the day, but despite the poor showing, the Cowboys are still in the lead in the NFC East. For now, the Cowboys will try to clean up their mistakes and come back fresh off their bye week to face division opponents, the New York Giants on November 24.
11/4/13 - In another close Week 9 game, the Dallas Cowboys narrowly avoided an upset, defeating the Minnesota Vikings 27-23. Tony Romo threw 337 yards and two touchdowns, including a late fourth quarter touchdown pass to Dwayne Harris with 35 seconds on the clock. Dallas overcame 8 dropped passes on Sunday (the team previously had just 10 drops in the entire season), with Dez Bryant accountable for five of them. The Cowboys’ problematic, one-dimensional pass heavy game (only attempting 9 running plays) is showing some weakness, something they will try to remedy before facing the New Orleans Saints next. Dallas Cowboys tickets for Week 10 are the most expensive of the bunch, at $353 on average to see Drew Brees and Romo face off.
10/28/13 - In a game that went down to the wire, the Dallas Cowboys were denied a crucial victory by the Detroit Lions in yesterday’s bench gripping match. Matt Stafford’s impromptu fake-spike/QB sneak, scoring a touchdown in the last 12 seconds of the game, determined the final score of 30-31. The stunned Dallas Cowboys blew a 10-point lead in the fourth quarter, and Brandon Carr and the Dallas defense were bowled over by the Lion’s Calvin Johnson, who had 329 receiving yards (2nd in NFL history). Dez Bryant had a couple meltdowns during the game, reproaching Romo, Coach Garrett and Jason Witten in frustration on the sideline, presumably for being targeted a mere four times in the first three quarters. The Cowboys have dropped to 4-4 on the season and will look to improve their standing next week when they go head to head against the Minnesota Vikings at home. Dallas Cowboys tickets are among the highest of the week, at $236.
10/21/13 - With a 17-3 win over the Philadelphia Eagles, the Dallas Cowboys have had their second-consecutive win for the first time this season. Tony Romo started his 100th regular season game on Sunday, and had a great showing in the fourth quarter to secure a victory, throwing 7 of 8 passes for 69 yards and sinking a touchdown pass to Terrance Williams. A previously shaky Cowboys defense stepped up their game up, despite the absence of massive defensive end DeMarcus Ware for the first time in his career, and shut down Eagles quarterback Nick Foles who was sidelined with a head injury in the third quarter. Dallas is now first place in the NFC East and will continue on the road when they next meet the Detroit Lions at Ford Field next Sunday. Dallas Cowboys tickets for their Week 8 game in Detroit are a moderate $162 on average.
10/14/13 - Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys defeated the Washington Redskins 31-16, in a resounding at-home Sunday Night victory. Despite losing running back DeMarco Murray (down with MCL injury) and DeMarcus Ware (sidelined with a quad injury in the second quarter) that night, the Cowboy’s stalwart defense kept elevated pressure on Redskin’s QB RGIII, while cornerback Brandon Carr (named one of the Sunday Night Football’s players of the game) completely shutdown Redskins wide receiver and major threat, Pierre Garcon. The Cowboys will be on the road in Week 7 to play the Philadelphia Eagles, in an effort to rise above the .500 mark. Coveting a pivotal victory to top the NFC East, Dallas Cowboys tickets are a lofty $229 on average in Philly.
10/7/13 - Despite a high-scoring, nail-biting game, the Dallas Cowboys could not extinguish the fire that is Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos, who now remain undefeated heading into Week 6. The Cowboys are now 2-3, but quarterback Tony Romo was able to perform a record-breaking game, throwing for 506 yards and five touchdowns, the first 500-yard game in Dallas franchise history. Sunday’s battle of the giants was the second highest scoring game in regulation history, totaling 1,039 yards between the two teams. Romo threw five touchdown passes before throwing a devastating interception, which set up Broncos’ Matt Prater’s game-winning 28-yard field goal as the clock wound down. In Week 6 the Dallas Cowboys will be playing the 1-3 Washington Redskins at home in AT&T Stadium. Dallas Cowboys tickets average at $241 but are only $24 to get in.
9/30/13 - The Dallas Cowboys are 1st in the NFC East, even after their disappointing defeat by the Sand Diego Chargers, 21-30. The Cowboys were favored even on the road over San Diego, they fell apart in the second half, losing an 11 point lead, as the Cowboy’s defense collapsed under the weight of receiver Antonio Gates and quarterback Phillip Rivers. Tony Romo and their No.1 wide receiver Dez Bryant will need to step it up coming into Week 5, when Dallas is pitted against a ferocious Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos. Dallas Cowboys tickets for next Sunday at AT&T Stadium are some of the higher priced tickets of the week, averaging at $274 and $35 to get in.
9/24/13 - Dallas is looking to stay ahead of the NFC East as they ride their momentum into San Diego this weekend to face the Chargers. Tony Romo has been hot so-far and despite being on the road with bruised ribs, look for this QB and the Cowboys to make another great performance like they did on Sunday, when they crushed St. Louis 7-31. This game has the highest get in price for Week 4 at $85.
Dallas Cowboys 2014 Season
The Dallas Cowboys schedule is filled with high profile games including the top-selling, regular season opener against the San Francisco 49ers, a trip to London in The International Series conclusion and Thanksgiving Day
against NFC East foes Philadelphia. Romo and the Cowboys will ride to Seattle to take on the defending champs and give their QB a chance to snap out of the horrific moment of the 2007 playoff game at CenturyLink Field that still haunts him today. In Week 12, Dallas travels to the Meadowlands to face division rivals New York Giants in a must-see Sunday Night Football game. Apart from their NFC East opponents, the Dallas Cowboys’ home schedule features matchups against New Orleans, Houston, Arizona, Jacksonville, Philly, and Indy. Cowboys tickets average $340 over 8 home games, 16 percent more than last year at this time.
6/19/13 - After going 8-8 last season and missing the NFL Playoffs for the third straight year, the Dallas Cowboys are looking for improvement this season. Despite the recent string of disappointing seasons, owner and general manager Jerry Jones showed confidence in quarterback Tony Romo this offseason, giving him a six-year, $108 million extension. While head coach Jason Garrett retained his job, his play-calling duties will now go to offensive coordinator Bill Callahan. The Cowboys also added former USC Trojans and Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive coordinator Monte Williams to the staff. The average price for regular season Cowboys tickets at AT&T Stadium in 2013 is $279, good for seventh most expensive in the NFL and 47% more expensive than the league average.
The most expensive game this season is Week 15 on 12/15 against the Green Bay Packers, with Packers vs. Cowboys tickets at an average price of $419. The least expensive regular season home game on the Dallas Cowboys schedule is Week 3 against the St. Louis Rams and is averaging $169. The annual Thanksgiving game this season will be played against the Oakland Raiders and is averaging $273. The Cowboys will face off against Robert Griffin III and the defending NFC East Champion Washington Redskins at home in Week 6. The average price of $297 is only about $4 cheaper than their Week 16 matchup at Fedex Field in Washington. Divisional matchups at home against the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles are averaging $262 and $250 respectively.