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Rookies Dak Prescott and Zeke Elliott plus Pro Bowl receiver Dez Bryant look to lead the Cowboys back to the Super Bowl in 2017. Dallas has home field advantage throughout the NFL playoffs, including Sunday's NFC Divisional game versus the Green Bay Packers at AT&T Stadium. Dallas Cowboys tickets are on sale now for all playoff games at AT&T Stadium in Arlington—claim the best seats at the best prices every time with Razorgator!
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The Dallas Cowboys were rarely tested during the regular season. Now Cowboys fans have to hope that the team is able to keep playing at a high level when the stakes are raised in a playoff atmosphere. Dallas benefitted from a first-round bye but now plays host to the Green Bay Packers, a team that hasn’t lost in over a month and is playing as well as anyone in the playoffs. The ‘Boys will look to run the ball early and often in hopes of controlling the clock and keeping the ball out of Aaron Rodgers’ hands. The Cowboys and Packers face off on January 15 and tickets are available starting at $118.
With some of its star players well rested, the Dallas Cowboys are set for the NFL playoffs. Optimism hasn’t been high for the franchise since the mid-1990s.
Dallas went 13-3 during the regular season, winning the NFC East. The Cowboys will get an extra-long break too, as the team entered the playoffs as the No. 1 seed, getting a first-round bye.
Dallas lost its final game of the season to Philadelphia, 27-13, though the Cowboys did hold out rookie quarterback Dak Prescott and fellow rookie sensation Ezekiel Elliott. Prior to its loss in the regular season finale, Dallas had won 13 of 14 games. The Cowboys will play its first playoff game Jan. 15.
It has been a season to remember for the Dallas Cowboys. Dallas heads into to its final regular season game at Philadelphia on New Year’s Day with a 13-2 record and already having clinched home field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs. The dominance has fans in a frenzy Big D hasn’t seen since the glory days of Troy Aikman, Michael Irvin and Emmitt Smith of the 1990s.
The Cowboys ran past Detroit last week 42-21. Once again, their two rookie sensations, quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott, helped lead the way. Dallas and Detroit were deadlocked at 21 in the second quarter, but Dallas took control from there.
It’s been a special year for the Dallas Cowboys, and it just might pay off with home field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs. The Cowboys are 12-2 in the NFC East, two games in front of second-place New York Giants, the team that ended the Cowboys’ 11-game winning streak two weeks ago.
Dallas bounced back from its loss with a nail-biting 26-20 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Dallas trailed 20-17 entering the final quarter but came back for the win on the strength of three Dan Bailey field goals. Rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott had 159 yards in the victory.
Dallas next faces Detroit on Dec. 26. The Cowboys finish the season on New Year’s Day against Philadelphia.
The 2016 season has been a memorable one for the Dallas Cowboys. Dallas’ immense success has fans remembering the glory days of the early 1990s when America’s Team won three Super Bowls in a four-year span. Heading into its Dec. 11 game on the road against the New York Giants, the Cowboys owned an NFL best 11-1 record.
Dallas has reeled off 11 straight wins since dropping its first game of the season. Its latest win came in thrilling fashion. Dallas prevailed Dec. 4 over Minnesota, 17-15, when the Vikings scored a late touchdown but failed to convert a two-point conversion that would have tied the score.
The upcoming game against New York is huge. The Giants are second behind Dallas in the NFC East with an 8-4 mark.
Fresh off a 31-26 victory over the Washington Redskins in Thanksgiving Day, the surging Dallas Cowboys boast the NFL’s best record. After losing their season opener, the Cowboys have reeled off 10 consecutive victories. A big reason for the win streak is the play of rookie quarterback Dak Prescott. Against Washington, Prescott completed 17 of 24 passes for 195 yards and a TD. The first-year signal-caller from Mississippi State has an incredible passer rating of 108.6.
Dallas next takes on Minnesota Thursday, Dec. 1. After its win over the Redskins, Dallas held a 2 ½-game lead in the NFC East over the New York Giants, the only team to beat the Cowboys all season.
One of the most unexpected things happened for the Dallas Cowboys football team this year. Early on in the season, their star quarterback, Tony Romo, suffered a broken back injury leaving the fans crushed and prepared for another disappointing year. However, this year has been the exact opposite. Dak Prescott, the unexpected second-string quarterback has really stepped up to the plate and performed well for the Cowboys. They are currently sitting in first place in the NFC East with seven wins and one loss. Last week the tromped over the Cleveland Browns, beating the Ohio 35-10. This is the season to get your tickets to see them live, so what are you waiting for?
It won’t go down as the prettiest win in history, but the Dallas Cowboys are happy with their 29-23 victory over the Eagles Sunday. Philly’s defensive line was especially effective, keeping their opponents from doing much in the first three quarters. The real hero of the game, however, was Dallas defensive player Sean Lee, who made some of the most impressive and essential plays of the game. Lee’s crucial stops and recovered turnovers allowed the Cowboys to make a huge comeback in the fourth quarter to force overtime. Up next, Dallas travels to Cleveland for a Sunday, Nov. 6, contest against the Browns. Can they win their seventh in a row? See for yourself—tickets start at $97.
Who needs Tony Romo when you have Dak Prescott at the helm? The young quarterback, who is currently filling in for an injured Romo, has put on an impressive display week after week. He has now led the Dallas Cowboys to a 5 - 1 record, which is one of the best in the league. Before their bye week, the Cowboys visited Green Bay for a showdown with the Packers. If fans had any doubt in Prescott’s abilities, they should have had nothing left to fear after the rookie quarterback helped secure a 30 - 16 win on the road against one of the best defenses in the NFL. This Sunday, Dallas hosts the Philadelphia Eagles. Tickets are $219.
The Dallas Cowboys added another win to their record when they beat the Packers 30-16 on October 16. The Cowboys were on solid form. Rookie quarterback Dak Prescott completed 18 of 27 passes for a total of 247 yards and three touchdowns. Despite having two fumbles and an interception, Prescott overall had a good game. In the fourth quarter, he had an impressive 75-yard drive over seven plays that ended with a four yard touchdown pass. The defense made the Packers offense struggle, forcing four turnovers during the game to support the offense. The Cowboys have a bye week and then host the Eagles on October 30. You can still get tickets for $40 and up.
While Tony Romo has been sidelined with an injury to his back, rookie Dak Prescott has been taking on the leadership role for the Dallas Cowboys quite nicely. He has an impressive record in his first year—he’s helped his team to four wins in a row and has an NFL record for the most passes without an interception at the start of a season. While it remains uncertain when Romo will be ready to play, one thing is clear—they’ve been in good hands. The Cowboys have a tough schedule ahead of them facing three top-ten teams in the next four weeks. Their next contest will be this Sunday, Oct. 16, against the Packers. Tickets for Lambeau Field can be purchased now at $212 each.
Predictions for the upcoming season weren’t good for the Dallas Cowboys, but after four games they are 3-1 and looking strong, especially defensively. The Cowboys haven’t allowed more than 23 points this year, placing them in tenth place overall in the NFL. Things could look even better in Week 5 because DeMarcus Lawrence will be back for Sunday’s game against the Bengals after being suspended for the first part of the season. Having Lawrence on the field means Cowboys fans can expect to see more sacks and a better one-one-one defense. Dallas will host the Bengals at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas, this Sunday, Oct. 9, and you can get tickets now for just $76!
The Dallas Cowboys proved once again that they do not need their famous quarterback Tony Romo to make big plays. Dak Prescott did just fine in Sunday’s match against the Chicago Bears, leading the team to a 31 - 17 victory. This takes the Cowboys to an overall record of 2 - 1 and places them at third position in the NFC East. Hopefully Dallas will be able to carry the momentum of this win into their next clash, which will be against the fierce San Francisco defense on the road. After that, they’ll head home on Sunday, October 9 to host the Cincinnati Bengals. Tickets to that game are $27.
The Dallas Cowboys are now 1-1 in the season after a narrow victory over the Redskins on September 18. The Cowboys had an early lead, with the teams heading into the locker room at the half with Dallas ahead by 3. The Redskins evened it out by the end of the third quarter. Alfred Morris had a 4-yard run in the fourth quarter with five minutes left in the game to score the winning touch down. This followed an end-zone interception. Dak Prescott was quarterback in place of the injured Tony Romo. He completed 22 of 30 passes for 292 yards. The Cowboys host the Bears next on September 25. Tickets remain available, with prices starting at $34.
The season got off to a bang for the Dallas Cowboys this past Sunday, but not in a good way. The team’s coaching staff is facing widespread criticism after the game, which Dallas lost 20-19 against the Giants. With a new quarterback like Dak Prescott leading the lineup, it seems logical that coaches would lean more heavily on experienced players like Dez Bryant. Instead, Bryant had only one catch that earned the team eight yards, and many are wondering why the team wouldn’t involve him more. The Cowboys face their next opponents on the road this Sunday, Sept. 18. They’ll be at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland, to face Washington. Tickets start at $71.
The Dallas Cowboys host the New York Giants to start the season on September 11. For the first time in decades, the Cowboys will have a rookie backfield at the start of the season. The last time this happened was in 1969 with Roger Staubach and Calvin Hill. This year, it will be Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliot in the starting rolls. They beat the Saints in the preseason 40-32 with an impressive game. The pair and the rest of the team will be looking to start the season strong against the Giants. You can still get tickets to the opener on the 11, as well as the rest of the games this season. Ticket prices start at $38 for the home opener.
Just when the Dallas Cowboys thought that they were going to finally be playing the kind of football that they knew they could produce, they quarterback, Tony Romo, gets injured again. Last season, Romo hit the bench early on in the season due to a broken collarbone that ended up healing up in time to play again. This season, the star quarterback suffered an even greater injury when he broke his back during a preseason game against the Seahawks. He is going to be out for six to ten weeks, which puts Dallas in a huge predicament with what they are going to do with that position. Get your tickets for a live game to see what the team ends up doing.
It is Week 3 of preseason, and that means that Dallas Cowboys fans should expect to see their favorite starters getting in some much-needed game time. The Cowboys hit the road to take on the Seattle Seahawks this week, which makes their dress rehearsal especially tough. While Dallas will feature a few of their own starters, fans can also expect to see Seattle’s formidable starting defense in action. Catch the Cowboys when they return home on Thursday, September 1 to host the Houston Texans in the final preseason battle before the real deal. Tickets to that game are currently on sale and available for prices as low as just $3.
Although Dallas Cowboys fans are undoubtedly excited to hear that Tony Romo is back to practice and looking better than ever, they may still have another name in their heads. Backup quarterback Dak Prescott showed tremendous skill and poise in practice and on the field last week. Romo does expect to get in some game time this week, but he will likely hand things over to Prescott quickly. Find out how Dallas balances their quarterback duties when they host Ryan Tannehill and the Miami Dolphins on Friday, August 19 at AT&T Stadium. Tickets to that game are on sale and available for purchase starting at prices as low as $3.
The Dallas Cowboys got their first look at the freshly relocated Los Angeles Rams last week, marking the opening of their 2016 - 2017 NFL preseason. Unfortunately, Tony Romo and company couldn’t stave off the new Los Angeles team. They ultimately lost the matchup a devastating 24 - 28. Dallas fans should not be too concerned, however, as the defeat came without the help of many starting players. They will now look to regroup before taking on Ryan Tannehill and the speedy Miami Dolphins on Friday, August 19 at AT&T Stadium. Tickets to that game are already on sale and currently available for purchase starting at prices as low as $3.
This is the year for the Dallas Cowboys. Sure, pundits and fans have been saying that about America’s Team for the as long as anyone can remember, but it seems as though the team has nowhere to go but up after last season. Tony Romo has looked healthy, which is probably the biggest concern for Cowboy fans at present. In addition the franchise QB’s health, all fans have their eyes on rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott, the ‘Boy’s first round pick who will hopefully live up to expectations. Dallas has its first home test when the Miami Dolphins come to town for a preseason game on August 19. Tickets start at the low price of $5.
Despite the fact that the Dallas Cowboys have a full roster for the upcoming season, things are far from settled. As practices officially kick off, Dallas should have plenty of time to figure out their lineup for their Aug. 13 opener against the Rams. Dez Bryant will be back in action for the Cowboys this season after recovering from surgery and will likely be taking up his starting job as wide receiver, but it remains to be seen who will take up the second and third string roles. The Cowboys will play their home opener on Friday, Aug. 19, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, against the Miami Dolphins. Get your tickets now for only $5.