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Dallas Cowboys Tickets - Description
The Dallas Cowboys were formed as an NFL expansion team in 1960. The Cowboys have won five NFL championships, with the latest coming in 1995, and share the record of most Super Bowl appearances at eight with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Jerry Jones has owned the Dallas Cowboys since 1989 and is one of only three NFL owners to also hold the title of general manager. Emmitt Smith, who played for the Cowboys from 1990 to 2003, is the current all-time NFL rushing yards and rushing touchdowns leader.
Watching the Dallas Cowboys
The Dallas Cowboys have some of the most dedicated and widespread fans in the USA. In fact, the Cowboys are frequently referred to as "America's team." If you attend a game at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, you're sure to witness over-the-top celebration for the team in the most amazing cathedral to football. Cowboys Stadium boasts $90 pizza and the largest high-definition television screen in the world.
Dallas Cowboys, at Home in Cowboys Stadium
Located in Arlington, Texas, Cowboys Stadium has been home to the Dallas Cowboys since May 27, 2009. This amazing domed structure covers 73 acres and boasts the fourth largest seating capacity in the NFL at 80,000. In addition to football games, Dallas Cowboys Stadium has hosted all types of events, including the 2010 NBA All-Star Game, and it continues to sponsor numerous other sports and music performances. The modern facility features unique architecture with several outdoor plazas. Special tours highlighting the stadium’s contemporary art collection are available throughout the facility.
Dallas Cowboys 2011 Team Outlook
A huge disparity defined the Dallas Cowboys in 2010. The team fielded a good offense while dealing with the absence of Tony Romo. The defense, on the other hand, was terrible in several key categories. Pass defense proved to be a weakness for Dallas. The Cowboys allowed 3,894 yards and 33 touchdowns through the air. Both totals put them in bottom five among NFL teams in both categories. DeMarcus Ware offers a good cornerstone to build a pass rush around. Ware had 15.5 sacks a year ago. If Romo stays healthy, the offense should click. Dallas ranked seventh among NFL teams in both points scored and total yards gained in 2010 with backup quarterback Jon Kitna steering the offense. Felix Jones offers a capable option in the backfield. Jones is coming off a season where he churned out 1,250 yards.