Dallas Cowboys Tickets
Below is the 2015 Dallas Cowboys schedule for AT&T Stadium. To buy tickets select the date of the Football game you would like to attend and you will be taken to available seating. Please call 1-800-550-7556 if you prefer to order your Cowboys tickets by phone.
Dallas Cowboys Team Info
The Cowboys are in prime position to bring Dallas football fans back to the promised land. That’s the promised land of the Super Bowl. While the Cowboys have recovered from their role as NFC pushovers since Bill Parcells began to work his magic on the team, the Cowboys failed to make the playoffs in 2005, finishing at 9-7. Rest assured that Parcells wasn’t happy. As a result, Jerry Jones blew a bundle of his hard earned cash, tapping the free agent market in a big way by signing the most controversial football player to hit the league in years: Terrell Owens. Owens, or “T.O.”, is unquestionably a gifted athlete. His presence on the field at Texas Stadium gives the Cowboys the big time playmaker they’ve been missing since Michael Irvin retired.
The Cowboys have to be feeling pretty good about their situation. They’ve got a veteran quarterback in Drew Bledsoe, who completed over 60% of his passes in 2005 while throwing for 3,639 yards and 23 touchdowns. Still, Bledsoe needs a solid offensive line in front of him to be effective. That should happen with the return of Flozell Adams from a season ending injury. Dallas can also boast of one of the NFL’s better running backs when Julius Jones is healthy and on the field. Despite being limited to 13 games in 2005, Jones came up with 993 yards rushing and five touchdowns.
When the Cowboys defense is on the field, fans will get a look at the ultimate Bill Parcells’ defense. The Cowboys line up Marcus Spears and Chris Canty at the ends, both productive players with long careers ahead of them. Spears won a starting position in 2005 and rewarded the Cowboys with 35 tackles and 1.5 sacks. Canty was in and out but still had 43 tackles and 2.5 sacks. More playing time means their numbers will only get better. But the linebacker spot is the key to this defense. The Cowboys finished plugging in the pieces with the drafting of Bobby Carpenter. Carpenter may have to fight Rocky Boiman and Al Singleton for the job but it won’t be long before he’s lining up alongside the Cowboy’s top linebacker, DeMarcus Ware. Ware, the 11th pick in the Draft, gave every indication that he’s going to be a star in the league in his second season.
Get your Cowboys tickets and stake out your spot in Texas Stadium. It’s gonna be a heck of a year for football in Dallas.