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Can the Cowboys Go All the Way?

Cowboys tickets returned to the forefront of the NFL in 2014 with a 12-4 run, an NFC East Championship, and lo and behold, a playoff win. That’s the kind of season fans have been expecting from Dallas and the 2015 season is going to be one of even higher expectations. Hey, these Cowboys eve have a defense to go along with their offense. If everything goes according to plan it’s going to be one hell of a season in AT&T Stadium. More on Dallas Cowboys

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The Offense

 

Dallas buttered their bread with DeMarco Murray in 2014. While Murray is good, everyone knows the key to this running game is the best offensive line in the NFL. The Cowboys have invested heavily here, and the expectation is that even an average running back can look great running behind this line. We’ll find out. The field is wide open but there’s plenty of interest in Darren McFadden, who came in from a dismal career at Oakland. McFadden is going to have to stay healthy, but if he can’t, Joseph Randle is a prime candidate to win the job outright.

 

Tony Romo broke through with a playoff win in one of his best season ever and he did it when his health was in serious question after back surgery. Now that he’s healthy he may exceed the expectations of everyone. Which won’t be easy after 39 touchdowns and leading the NFL is several key stats. Much to everyone’s delight, Dez Bryant signed a new contract and a happy Dez makes for a happy Romo. Jason Witten is back and as good as ever and Cole Beasly provides a chain moving safety valve. It would help if Terrence Williams finally got in a groove.

 

The Defense

 

The Cowboys tried to beef up the defensive line by signing Greg Hardy but lost out when he was hit with a 10 game suspension. It could work out. A fresh Hardy to turn loose the last six games of the season could be interesting. Randy Gregory came in the second round of the draft and could be a steal if he keeps his nose clean. Sean Lee coming back to his linebacker position after knee surgery should help, and the group as a whole will be filled out from several free agent signings. The secondary is in flux. If Morris Claiborne comes back healthy and Orlando Scandrick is available, things get easier. Dallas also used their top pick to snag Byron Jones of Connecticut, who could fill out a safety spot if needed.

 

The Gut Check

 

The team is talented, the atmosphere is good, and the hopes are high in Dallas. Cowboys tickets could end their Super Bowl drought in 2015 if things work out. Getting past the Eagles won’t be easy, and winning the NFC east is crucial to grabbing a top seed. It’s high time it happened in Dallas.

 


The Best 2015 Cowboys Tickets

When a team seems destined to play in a Super Bowl there are no bad tickets. The Dallas Cowboys have been pegged as the team to beat in the NFC and the first team to play for a Lombardi Trophy in their home stadium. That’s a hard road and it begins in the NFC East. The Cowboys will have to battle a revamped Philadelphia Eagles squad, a dangerous New York Giants team, and a Redskins team now under the tutelage of Mike Shanahan. No small task. The 2015 NFL season will also bring the Chicago Bears, Tennessee Titans, and the defending Super Bowl Champion New Orleans saints to Cowboys Stadium. And a Super Bowl.
Dallas Cowboys Tickets – Super Bowl Home Stand

The Dallas Cowboys managed to rise above their past by finally winning an NFL playoff games. That fact alone may have saved the job of Head Coach Wade Philips and must have been a huge relief for Tony Romo. 2012 Dallas Cowboys tickets are now being snapped up as Cowboys fans bank on the team taking the next step up the ladder of the NFL hierarchy and getting to the Super Bowl in their home stadium. The anticipation is deserved. The Cowboys are a deeply talented team on both sides of the ball. The rest of the NFC East is undergoing changes in key personnel and coaches. The time is now for Dallas Cowboys tickets to bring the one thing fans have been waiting for: A shot at a Lombardi Trophy in Cowboys Stadium.

2012 Dallas Cowboys Tickets – The Offense

The Dallas Cowboys have a dangerous offensive attack with the ability to strike quickly through the air or chew up clock on the ground. Offensive coordinator Jason Garrett has pushed this unit into the upper echelon of the NFL. Tony Romo, for all his disasters in key games, is one of the best in the NFL. In 2009 he shed his interception problem, throwing only nine picks in the season. Romo was instrumental in the emergence of Miles Austin, picking the open receiver rather than forcing the ball into tight spaces. For his part Austin, seemingly overnight to Cowboys fans, developed speed and hands and a real presence on the field. While Roy Williams still figures into the picture, 1st Round Draft choice Dez Bryant is now looked upon as the newest Cowboys star wide receiver. When the Cowboys want to eat the clock they’ll turn to Felix Jones now, a running back who can turn the routine into the big play with consistency.

2012 Dallas Cowboys Tickets – The Defense

By the time the season ended the Dallas Cowboys defense was playing at an extremely high level. Over the course of the year this defense gave up an average of less than 16 points per game. High level talent like DeMarcus Ware and Keith Brooking among the linebackers, Marcus Spears and Jay Ratlif on the line, and Mike Jenkins in the secondary, have given the Dallas Cowboys a defense that can shut down an opponent and finish a game strong. Philips has put his stamp on the Cowboys defense and it’s a good one.

 

Dallas Cowboys

Bill Parcells rode off into the sunset but he left the future of Dallas Cowboys tickets in good hands. The Cowboys went native by tagging Wade Philips to take over as Head Coach. Philips may be more laid back than Parcells but he’s got the pedigree to push Dallas to the next level. Having spent the last few seasons making the San Diego Chargers defense into the NFL’s best unit, it won’t be long before Philips has Dallas Cowboys tickets converted into NFL Playoff tickets.

 

Unlike most new head coaches Philips has plenty to work with. Tony Romo has all the makings of a solid NFL quarterback while Julius Jones is an easy 1,000 yard runner. Then there’s T.O. We think Owens will get along with Philips better than the tightly wound Parcells and a happy T.O. is a productive T.O.

 

With just a little tweaking Wade Philips should have the Cowboys defense on a major swing to the upside. When that happens, Dallas Cowboys tickets will be the toast of the NFC East. America’s Team, a title the Cowboys gave up to the Saints last season, will be in Dallas again.

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Jon Machota's final Cowboys 53-man roster projection: Will team keep 3 QBs?
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The Cowboys are currently at 75 players and need to be down to 53 by Sept. 5. “It's a constant evaluation,” head coach Jason Garrett said Monday. “It's a continuous evaluation. Certainly the game evaluations matter. And for a lot of these young players ...

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Three things to watch in the Cowboys' preseason finale vs. Texans - Dallas Morning News (blog)

Dallas Morning News (blog)

Three things to watch in the Cowboys' preseason finale vs. Texans
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Smith was released by Dallas in May after playing 10 games as an undrafted rookie free agent last season, bouncing from the active roster to the practice squad while the Cowboys battled injuries. Smith has shown signs of improvement and caught the ...

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Dallas Cowboys defensive end Jeremy Mincey (92, left) comforts injured teammate Dallas Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick (32, right) as they accept the Defensive MVP award during the 2015 Flowserve Dallas Cowboys Kickoff Luncheon at AT&T ...

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5 things to watch in Cowboys-Texans preseason game
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5 things to watch in Cowboys-Texans preseason game. Bragging rights in Texas are up for grabs. Backup quarterback Dustin Vaughan's job is on the line. Final roster cutdown is Saturday afternoon. Tom Landry Legends Award Winner Emmitt Smith enjoys ...

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