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The Dallas Cowboys are known as America’s Team for the team’s success in the NFL over the years. The Cowboys have won the Super Bowl five times and are looking to return to glory in front of nearly 100,000 fans at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas. You can find tickets for all Dallas Cowboys home and away games when you shop in the BroadRippleTickets.com marketplace.

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Number of Upcoming Events: 21
Events Between: 8/7/2014  and  12/28/2014
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DATE/TIME EVENT LOCATION VENUE
8/7/2014
 7:00 pm
NFL Preseason: San Diego Chargers vs. Dallas CowboysSan DiegoQualcomm Stadium
8/16/2014
 6:00 pm
NFL Preseason: Dallas Cowboys vs. Baltimore RavensArlingtonAT&T Stadium
8/23/2014
 7:00 pm
NFL Preseason: Miami Dolphins vs. Dallas CowboysMiami GardensSun Life Stadium
8/28/2014
 7:00 pm
NFL Preseason: Dallas Cowboys vs. Denver BroncosArlingtonAT&T Stadium
8/29/2014
 TBD
2014 Dallas Cowboys Season Tickets ArlingtonAT&T Stadium
9/7/2014
 3:25 pm
Dallas Cowboys vs. San Francisco 49ersArlingtonAT&T Stadium
9/14/2014
 12:00 pm
Tennessee Titans vs. Dallas CowboysNashvilleLP Field
9/21/2014
 12:00 pm
St. Louis Rams vs. Dallas CowboysSaint LouisEdward Jones Dome
9/28/2014
 7:30 pm
Dallas Cowboys vs. New Orleans SaintsArlingtonAT&T Stadium
10/5/2014
 12:00 pm
Dallas Cowboys vs. Houston TexansArlingtonAT&T Stadium
10/12/2014
 1:25 pm
Seattle Seahawks vs. Dallas CowboysSeattleCenturyLink Field
10/19/2014
 3:25 pm
Dallas Cowboys vs. New York GiantsArlingtonAT&T Stadium
10/27/2014
 7:30 pm
Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington RedskinsArlingtonAT&T Stadium
11/2/2014
 12:00 pm
Dallas Cowboys vs. Arizona CardinalsArlingtonAT&T Stadium
11/9/2014
 6:00 pm
Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Dallas CowboysLondonWembley Stadium
11/23/2014
 8:30 pm
New York Giants vs. Dallas CowboysEast RutherfordMetLife Stadium
11/27/2014
 3:30 pm
Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia EaglesArlingtonAT&T Stadium
12/4/2014
 7:25 pm
Chicago Bears vs. Dallas CowboysChicagoSoldier Field Stadium
12/14/2014
 8:30 pm
Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas CowboysPhiladelphiaLincoln Financial Field
12/21/2014
 3:25 pm
Dallas Cowboys vs. Indianapolis ColtsArlingtonAT&T Stadium
12/28/2014
 1:00 pm
Washington Redskins vs. Dallas CowboysLandoverFedex Field

Dallas Cowboys Tickets

The Dallas Cowboys had another disappointing season in front of their die-hard fans around the country. The Dallas Cowboys were playing their first full season under head Jason Garrett. Garrett took over at the end of the 2010 season as former Cowboys coach Wade Phillips was fired. The Cowboys play inspired football to finish with a 6-10 record. The Cowboys improved their record slightly to 8-8, but missed the playoffs for the second consecutive year. To note when the Cowboys do make the playoffs, they have not won a playoff game since they won the Super Bowl in 1996.

The Cowboys have one of the more talented teams on offense and defense. The Cowboys should have finished with a better record than they did in 2011, but in the crucial moments of games they would have costly turnovers. That is an area the team will need to improve in if they want to win a very tough NFC East. However, even though the Cowboys missed the playoffs, they still had a shot to win the division last season on the final day of the regular season. The Cowboys had to beat the Giants, but ultimately could not come up with the big stop on defense to win the game.

The Cowboys are going to try to make back to the playoffs this season and that would be a smile to the fans and owner Jerry Jones’s face. The Dallas Cowboys play their home games in the new state of the art Cowboys Stadium also know as Jerry’s World, which was opened three years ago. This multiple purpose venue holds over 100,000 fans for football and is located in Arlington, Texas. So if you do not want to miss out on your watching your Cowboys battle their NFC East rivals visit BroadRippleTickets.com today!

What stadium do the Dallas Cowboys call home? Cowboys Stadium, Arlington
Who is the coach of the Dallas Cowboys? Jason Garrett
What was the first year the Dallas Cowboys played in the NFL? 1966
What division do the Dallas Cowboys compete in? NFC East
How many Super Bowl championship have the Dallas Cowboys won? 5

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