The Dallas Cowboys were once known as “America’s Team”. Some people have given that label to the New England Patriots over the last few years just because the Patriots have been to several Super Bowl games. They are also now the team people love to hate. The dislike for the Cowboys is not as rampant as the team from Dallas has only won a single playoff game in the last decade. Until they can get back to the Super Bowl they will not be the most hated team in football. That said, there are still millions of diehard Cowboys fans around the United States that would love to have the opportunity to get football tickets to watch the Cowboys play in AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Ticket Monster has you covered if you are looking for the best Dallas Cowboys football tickets.
Dallas Cowboys Full Season Schedule
The Dallas Cowboys play in the very competitive NFC East. There have been years in which the NFC East has three teams vying for a playoff position. The Cowboys are usually at or near the top of the division but they cannot seem to get it together during the playoff games. Tony Romo has been known to turn the ball over when the game is on the line. If Romo can protect the ball in the 4th quarter in 2013-14 there is a good chance the Cowboys will be the team representing the NFC East in the playoffs.
Below find the entire 2013-14 season schedule for the Dallas Cowboys:
Week 1 – September 8th, 2013 – New York Giants
Week 2 – September 15th, 2013 – at Kansas City Chiefs
Week 3 – September 22nd, 2013 – St Louis Rams
Week 4 – September 29th, 2013 – at San Diego Chargers
Week 5 – October 6th, 2013 – Denver Broncos
Week 6 – October 13th, 2013 – Washington RedskinsWeek 7 – October 20th, 2013 – at Philadelphia Eagles
Week 8 – October 27th, 2013 – at Detroit Lions
Week 9 – November 3th, 2013 – Minnesota Vikings
Week 10 – November 10th, 2013 – at New Orleans Saints
Week 11 – November 17th, 2013 – BYE
Week 12 – November 24st, 2013 – at New York Giants
Week 13 – November 28th, 2013 – Oakland Raiders
Week 14 – December 9th, 2013 – at Chicago Bears
Week 15 – December 15th, 2013 – Green Bay Packers
Week 16 – December 22nd, 2013 – at Redskins
Week 17 – December 29th, 2013 – Eagles
The Cowboys have a very interesting end to the season. They will host the Oakland Raiders at home on Thanksgiving Day before playing two NFC North opponents. They will be facing Jay Cutler and Aaron Rodgers back to back so their secondary will need to tighten things up if they hope to win the two NFC North games. The Cowboys will finish the season at Washington before hosting the Eagles. If Dallas can beat the Raiders on Thanksgiving Day and win three of the last four games it is hard to imagine they will not make the playoffs.
Dallas Cowboys Stadium Seating Chat
The talk of the NFL world was the Dallas Cowboys football stadium a few years ago. It houses the largest jumbotron TV in the history of the sport as it spans almost the entire field. The players enter the field through a “club like” atmosphere. Some fans go to the game just to experience all the amenities more so than the actually game being played on the field. This has caused some diehard Cowboys fans to voice their opinion about the lack of passion from the fans. These diehards will do anything to watch a game while other fans are in the concourse enjoying the fun and games going on.
No matter the reason to attend there are opportunities to purchase tickets for Dallas Cowboys games. Ticket Monster will help you find the seats that work for your budget and your football consumption. Fans that want to sit field level near the 50 yard line will look in sections C108, C109, C110, C111 and C112 on the Cowboys side of the field. These seats give true fans the opportunity to see their favorite Cowboys players up close and personal. If you desire to see the opposition the sideline seats are C134, C135, C136, C137 and C138. There are quite a few fans that would rather see the opposition’s sideline just to catch a glimpse of how different teams game plan.
Before deciding on any type of sporting event tickets it is smart to do your research. Ticket Monster has the tickets you will want for any game at AT&T Stadium. We will be more than happy to help you find something that fits your price range. The lower level seats are going to cost a little bit more because of the enhanced experience. The upper level seats are in the lower price range but seeing your favorite players up close and personal will not be possible in the 300 level and 400 level seats. Visit Ticket Monster today for the best Dallas Cowboys tickets.