The popularity of Dallas Cowboys tickets has never been higher. The Cowboys have a new world class facility, high visibility, and their backs against the wall. Since the day Dallas was knocked out of the playoffs in 2008, there has been an air of determination around the franchise. The Cowboys need to win and win big, pushing deep into the playoffs. Even that might not be enough. Only a Super Bowl win will clear the air of the detritus left be back to back dissapointing seasons.
The experiment of talent laden rosters, at whatever cost to team unity, is over. Wade Phillips and Jerry Jones have decided to hitch their wagon to Tony Romo, build a unified team, and live with the results. T.O. is exiled to the Buffalo Bills, Pacman Jones is gone. What is left is still a good team but hopefully one without distractions and with clear leadership.
The loss of T.O. on the field is a definite downer, but Philips believes his 10 TD’s weren’t worth the hoopla surrounding his every move. It’s hoped that Roy Williams will prove himself worthy of the multiple draft picks the Cowboys gace up to get him. Combine Williams with Patrick Crayton and Tight End Jason Witten, Dallas looks to have a capable but unspectacular receivers corps. Cowboys ticket holders can look forward to seeing a stable of good NFL runners in Marion Barber, Tashard Choice, and Felix Jones. Who’ll get the upper hand will be decided in preseason but all are capable of starting in the NFL.
New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys – Does it get any bigger than Giants and Cowboys? In only Week 2 the NFC East chatter begins.
Carolina Panthers at Dallas Cowboys – An NFC game with big playoff implications on Monday Night Football.
Washington Redskins at Dallas Cowboys – While the Redskins haven’t been picked by many to win the division, they have a way of upsetting the Cowboys apple cart.
Philadelphia Eagles at Dallas Cowboys – The season finale could be a game for all the marbles.