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The Cowboys finished their second straight season in the playoffs with a divisional playoff game loss to the New York Giants. The club won the NFC East crown though with a 13-3 record and strong play from quarterback Tony Romo.

The Dallas Cowboys have a long storied history of deep playoff runs and dynasties despite the fact that the franchise was an expansion team added in 1960. The postseason run includes five Super Bowl victories, 10 conference championships, and 20 playoff appearances. Playoff tickets are as much a tradition for the Dallas Cowboys as great running backs and Hall of Fame quarterbacks.

The most recent period of success came in the early 1990s. Dallas won three Super Bowls in four years (1992, 1993, and 1995) and won the NFC East division title in eight seasons in the entire decade. The popular culture may have been into grunge music and the disenfranchised, but in Dallas Cowboys tickets for the playoffs were far more popular. Great players like quarterback Troy Aikman, running back Emmitt Smith, wide receiver Michael Irvin, linebacker Ken Norton Jr., and defensive tackle Russell Maryland were the big names on the team of decade.

Romo led a team that averaged 28 points a game. The explosive offense also had great receivers with wide receivers Terrell Ownes and Patrick Crayton, both of whom are due back in 2008, and tight end Jason Witten, who punished teams in the middle of the field. The Cowboys would like to answer the running back question, with Marion Barber and Julius Jones splitting time in the backfield, but last years success makes that situation acceptable.

The 2008 offseason will be spent trying to find a cornerback to couple with Terrance Newman, a few linemen to bolster the offensive line, or a feature running back who can take over the position full time. The Cowboys will play their last season at Texas Stadium this next season, and it looks to be an exciting one with games scheduled against all the team’s NFC East rivals. Find those hard to find Dallas Cowboys tickets with the Ticket Specialists.

This season, in 2008, the Dallas Cowboys again have big names. Tony Romo is the quarterback whose grit, guts, and arm throw off every secondary in the league, Marion Barber is almost guaranteed a touchdown in every game he touches the ball, Terrell Owens may lead the league in dropped passes but he is also near the top in receptions and touchdowns, tight end Jason Witten catches more passes than most receivers, and the defense is led by linebacker DeMarcus Ware and strong safety Roy Williams. The team is the favorite to win the NFC East for a reason is expected by many to be in the Super Bowl again. Cowboys playoff tickets are already being reserved for the faithful fans, and have been even before the season began.

The Dallas Cowboys have a long storied history of deep playoff runs and dynasties despite the fact that the franchise was an expansion team added in 1960. The postseason run includes five Super Bowl victories, 10 conference championships, and 20 playoff appearances. Playoff tickets are as much a tradition for the Dallas Cowboys as great running backs and Hall of Fame quarterbacks.

The Dallas Cowboys came into the 2011 NFL season as a team expected to do little better than finish around .500. As the season progressed, The Cowboys have proven that when Tony Romo is healthy and the Dallas defense is playing to its potential, they can take the NFC East and make a run at the Super Bowl.

The Dallas Cowboys ended the 2007 season with a 13-3 record and an explosive offense and a good defense. The goal for 2008 is to improve on the past season and hold off the Super Bowl champion New York Giants, who are in their division.

Tony Romo stars as quarterback. His strong arm excellent mobility combines with a receiving core of Terrell Owens, Patrick Crayton, and tight end Jason Witten to create an explosive offense that will surely replicate last season’s 28 points a game. The Cowboys added Felix Jones to the backfield to pair with Marion Barber and solidify the suspect running game.

Dallas also used the draft to add some depth to the secondary. The one glaring weakness was the pass defense and the Cowboys added cornerback Michael Jenkins in the first round and Orlando Scandrick in the fifth.

This offseason they also added Zach Thomas through free agency. The inside linebacker has experience playing in a 3-4 defense from his time in Miami and is expected to bring veteran leadership and his signature ferocity to the game.

This season will the Cowboys last season at Texas Stadium, and it looks to be a good one. Check out the tough NFC East schedule and find a ticket with the Ticket Specialists, the best ticket site on the Internet.

With the distraction of Terrell Owens gone, the Dallas Cowboys ticket holders have a much more focused and dedicated team to look forward to during the 2009 season. As one of the top quarterbacks in the league, Tony Romo now has a bit more experience under his belt. Even without Owens on the team, Romo will have a strong backing that will make the Dallas Cowboys offensive practically unbeatable. Jason Witten will prove to be Romo's go-to guy. Witten is one of the top tight ends in the league and should see a significant increase in field time this year.

The Dallas Cowboys franchise is rich in history and since 1979 had been noted as “America's Team”. This label has ensured that Dallas Cowboys tickets are always a top seller. Fans are almost always sure to see a great game by a winning franchise in the NFL.

Last season despite ranking 11th in yards per game, they ranked 15th in points per game. The Cowboys paired this with a porous pass defense that did not force the turnovers to claim “bend, not break”. Instead they allowed 21.7, an average perilously close to the points per game. Overall, Dallas put up average numbers and went 8-8. This is not an acceptable result for a team that spent so much money they are going to have $5 million docked from the salary cap over the next two seasons.

The Dallas Cowboys have not stopped spending though. They have signed seven free agents to accentuate the talent they already have on the roster. This includes Mackenzy Bernadeau, a guard likely to start on the right side of Tony Romo. They have found anew backup. Kyle Orton replaces Jon Kitna, who retired following the season. Lawrence Vickers will be an aid to the running game, as he is likely the new starter.

On the defensive side of the football, Jerry Jones went to work providing Head Coach Jason Phillips with a couple new faces to start in the secondary. Brandon Carr replaces the increasingly detrimental Terrence Newman. Brodney Poole replaces Abram Elam at strong safety.

These roster changes, the emergence of DeMarco Murray at running back, and the additions through the 2012 NFL draft should be enough to improve the record by at least one game. If everything does go well, then the Cowboys will be in a position to take first in the NFC East. Get your Dallas Cowboys tickets from the TicketSpecialists to catch one of these wins at Cowboys Stadium.

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The Cowboys finished their second straight season in the playoffs with a divisional playoff game loss to the New York Giants. The club won the NFC East crown though with a 13-3 record and strong play from quarterback Tony Romo.

The Dallas Cowboys have a long storied history of deep playoff runs and dynasties despite the fact that the franchise was an expansion team added in 1960. The postseason run includes five Super Bowl victories, 10 conference championships, and 20 playoff appearances. Playoff tickets are as much a tradition for the Dallas Cowboys as great running backs and Hall of Fame quarterbacks.

The most recent period of success came in the early 1990s. Dallas won three Super Bowls in four years (1992, 1993, and 1995) and won the NFC East division title in eight seasons in the entire decade. The popular culture may have been into grunge music and the disenfranchised, but in Dallas Cowboys tickets for the playoffs were far more popular. Great players like quarterback Troy Aikman, running back Emmitt Smith, wide receiver Michael Irvin, linebacker Ken Norton Jr., and defensive tackle Russell Maryland were the big names on the team of decade.

Romo led a team that averaged 28 points a game. The explosive offense also had great receivers with wide receivers Terrell Ownes and Patrick Crayton, both of whom are due back in 2008, and tight end Jason Witten, who punished teams in the middle of the field. The Cowboys would like to answer the running back question, with Marion Barber and Julius Jones splitting time in the backfield, but last years success makes that situation acceptable.

The 2008 offseason will be spent trying to find a cornerback to couple with Terrance Newman, a few linemen to bolster the offensive line, or a feature running back who can take over the position full time. The Cowboys will play their last season at Texas Stadium this next season, and it looks to be an exciting one with games scheduled against all the team’s NFC East rivals. Find those hard to find Dallas Cowboys tickets with the Ticket Specialists.

This season, in 2008, the Dallas Cowboys again have big names. Tony Romo is the quarterback whose grit, guts, and arm throw off every secondary in the league, Marion Barber is almost guaranteed a touchdown in every game he touches the ball, Terrell Owens may lead the league in dropped passes but he is also near the top in receptions and touchdowns, tight end Jason Witten catches more passes than most receivers, and the defense is led by linebacker DeMarcus Ware and strong safety Roy Williams. The team is the favorite to win the NFC East for a reason is expected by many to be in the Super Bowl again. Cowboys playoff tickets are already being reserved for the faithful fans, and have been even before the season began.

The Dallas Cowboys have a long storied history of deep playoff runs and dynasties despite the fact that the franchise was an expansion team added in 1960. The postseason run includes five Super Bowl victories, 10 conference championships, and 20 playoff appearances. Playoff tickets are as much a tradition for the Dallas Cowboys as great running backs and Hall of Fame quarterbacks.

The Dallas Cowboys came into the 2011 NFL season as a team expected to do little better than finish around .500. As the season progressed, The Cowboys have proven that when Tony Romo is healthy and the Dallas defense is playing to its potential, they can take the NFC East and make a run at the Super Bowl.

The Dallas Cowboys ended the 2007 season with a 13-3 record and an explosive offense and a good defense. The goal for 2008 is to improve on the past season and hold off the Super Bowl champion New York Giants, who are in their division.

Tony Romo stars as quarterback. His strong arm excellent mobility combines with a receiving core of Terrell Owens, Patrick Crayton, and tight end Jason Witten to create an explosive offense that will surely replicate last season’s 28 points a game. The Cowboys added Felix Jones to the backfield to pair with Marion Barber and solidify the suspect running game.

Dallas also used the draft to add some depth to the secondary. The one glaring weakness was the pass defense and the Cowboys added cornerback Michael Jenkins in the first round and Orlando Scandrick in the fifth.

This offseason they also added Zach Thomas through free agency. The inside linebacker has experience playing in a 3-4 defense from his time in Miami and is expected to bring veteran leadership and his signature ferocity to the game.

This season will the Cowboys last season at Texas Stadium, and it looks to be a good one. Check out the tough NFC East schedule and find a ticket with the Ticket Specialists, the best ticket site on the Internet.

With the distraction of Terrell Owens gone, the Dallas Cowboys ticket holders have a much more focused and dedicated team to look forward to during the 2009 season. As one of the top quarterbacks in the league, Tony Romo now has a bit more experience under his belt. Even without Owens on the team, Romo will have a strong backing that will make the Dallas Cowboys offensive practically unbeatable. Jason Witten will prove to be Romo's go-to guy. Witten is one of the top tight ends in the league and should see a significant increase in field time this year.

The Dallas Cowboys franchise is rich in history and since 1979 had been noted as “America's Team”. This label has ensured that Dallas Cowboys tickets are always a top seller. Fans are almost always sure to see a great game by a winning franchise in the NFL.

Last season despite ranking 11th in yards per game, they ranked 15th in points per game. The Cowboys paired this with a porous pass defense that did not force the turnovers to claim “bend, not break”. Instead they allowed 21.7, an average perilously close to the points per game. Overall, Dallas put up average numbers and went 8-8. This is not an acceptable result for a team that spent so much money they are going to have $5 million docked from the salary cap over the next two seasons.

The Dallas Cowboys have not stopped spending though. They have signed seven free agents to accentuate the talent they already have on the roster. This includes Mackenzy Bernadeau, a guard likely to start on the right side of Tony Romo. They have found anew backup. Kyle Orton replaces Jon Kitna, who retired following the season. Lawrence Vickers will be an aid to the running game, as he is likely the new starter.

On the defensive side of the football, Jerry Jones went to work providing Head Coach Jason Phillips with a couple new faces to start in the secondary. Brandon Carr replaces the increasingly detrimental Terrence Newman. Brodney Poole replaces Abram Elam at strong safety.

These roster changes, the emergence of DeMarco Murray at running back, and the additions through the 2012 NFL draft should be enough to improve the record by at least one game. If everything does go well, then the Cowboys will be in a position to take first in the NFC East. Get your Dallas Cowboys tickets from the TicketSpecialists to catch one of these wins at Cowboys Stadium.

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