Cowboys Stadium Tickets – Big D Has Lots to Prove
With a very talented roster and high expectations, the Cowboys were hoping to rock Cowboys Stadium from the early portion of their schedule and establish themselves as one of the very best teams in the entire league. Though this didn’t quite happen early on, with a bevy of tough losses, the Cowboys still have all the pieces in place to make a real run at not only the playoffs but even potentially the Super Bowl. Whether home at Cowboys Stadium or on the road, the Cowboys are likely to remain a center of attention this season in the NFL. For the last two home games of the regular season, Cowboys Stadium Tickets are selling fast. Here’s a look at the marquee matchups at for the Cowboys late this season.
Week 10, Bills at Cowboys:
Before the start of the season, this would probably look like a laugher, though everything changed in September and October for the Bills. With a sharp quarterback in Ryan Fitzpatrick and a journeyman back producing in Freddy Jackson, the Bills will really test the Cowboys in a home game that Dallas needs to win if they are going to consider themselves a real threat to win the Super Bowl this year.
Week 11, Cowboys at Redskins:
After squeezing out a home win against the ‘Skins earlier in the season, the Cowboys need to show that they can go on the road and beat a tough but not quite as talented divisional opponent. The Redskins are that team exactly and the Cowboys won’t have much time in the second half to lose to teams they’re expected to beat. Having said that, divisional games in the NFC East tend to be very close no matter the circumstances, so expect this one to be a battle.
Week 14, Giants at Cowboys:
Cowboys Stadium will be absolutely bumping for a crucial home matchup with division rival New York, as the Giants have yet another team that looks like it will challenge for the NFC East. This one is also being played on Sunday night, which means that we’ll have a national audience as two of the more talented teams in the NFC square off with plenty of playoff implications on the road. Whichever team can get pressure on the opposing quarterback will probably end up on top in a physical game between two teams very familiar with each other.
Week 16, Eagles at Cowboys:
Though the Cowboys have a cushy schedule for much of November and December, they end with two very tough games to close out the season. The Cowboys come home to take on the Eagles, a team that started off slow amid enormous preseason expectations. No matter where these teams are in the standings, this game should be a very entertaining one between two of the more explosive teams in the league.
Week 17, Cowboys at Giants:
It’s never easy to go into New York and beat the Giants this late in the season, and it won’t likely get much easier this year either. The Giants and Cowboys could both be struggling tooth and nail to get into the playoffs, and they’ll be very familiar with their tendencies after squaring off in Week 14 as well. This one very well could decide the NFC East one way or another.