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Dallas Cowboys Ticket Information

Famously referred to as “America’s Team”, The Dallas Cowboys are getting ready for the upcoming season! Although they boast five Super Bowl titles, that number has stayed stagnant for quite some time. Come help the Dallas Cowboys achieve Super Bowl glory! Get your tickets while it’s still early! You won’t regret it.

History of The Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys have been the home team of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex since 1960. They saw tremendous glory early in there career, for they won 105 regular season games from 1970-1979, which was more than any other NFL franchise during that time. They first started going downhill in 1986, recording losing records for the next three years. Tom Landry was immediately fired and was replaced by new head coach Jimmy Johnson. In 1991, The Cowboys returned to their previous state and recorded a 11-5 season, and defeated the Chicago Bears for their first playoff win since 1982. In the  next year, they set a team record with a 13-3 mark. Fast forward to 2017, and the Cowboys have not had a taste of glory in years. Being the first season without All Star quarterback, Tony Romo, The Cowboys finished the year with a 9-7 record, and did not make the playoffs. The season did, however, become the subject of the third season of Amazon’s sports documentary, titled All or Nothing. The Cowboys have some of the fiercest rivalries in football due to being in the least changed divisions in the wake of the NFL-AFL merger. Sports Illustrated called the Cowboys Redskins rivalry to be the top NFL rivalry of all time. The rivalry started between the Redskins owner George Preston Marshall and the Cowboys founder, Clint Murchison, before the team was even formed! Dallas currently leads the regular season series 70-42-2.

Dallas Cowboys Today

The Dallas Cowboys took the NFC East title in 2018, and it was a well played season. The Cowboys squeaked by the Seattle Seahawks 24-22 in the Wild Card game. This was their first playoff win since 2014. Unfortunately, the Los Angeles Rams took the victory in the Divisional round with a forceful offense. The Cowboys are looking to rebuild strategy for the upcoming season. There’s no better way to help them get to the Super Bowl than to head down to AT&T Stadium with family and friends and cheer them on! Make sure you get your Dallas Cowboys tickets right here!

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