Dallas Cowboys Tickets

Dallas Cowboys tickets have always been immensely popular among Texas sports fans and professional football fanatics nationwide. The last time that team failed to draw an average of at least 60,000 fans to each of their eight annual home games was in 1990, and with the team set to enter a new stadium in 2009, that streak should remain in tact for the foreseeable future. What is it that makes the Cowboys so popular? Perhaps it is their legacy of success, which includes more than 400 all-time wins, five Super Bowl championships and eight NFC titles since 1970. Their rosters have also featured some of the greatest players ever to step onto an NFL field, including Hall of Famers Tony Dorsett, Bob Lilly, Mel Renfro, Roger Staubach and Randy White. Few professional sports teams and fewer NFL franchises can match the tremendous history that the Dallas Cowboys have enjoyed throughout the years.

Are Dallas Cowboys Tickets Still Worth It?

There is no question that a football fan would not have hesitated to buy Dallas Cowboys football tickets in the 1970s, 80s or 90s. But entering the 2005 season, the Cowboys have had a winning season just once in the past six years. In addition, they haven't won a playoff game since a 40-15 victory over the Minnesota Vikings in the 1996 Wild Card round. History is one thing, but does it still pay for football fans to spend their hard earned money on passes to games at Texas Stadium? Most definitely. After all, the team has an exceptional core of young athletes on both sides of the ball, led by running back Julius Jones, star quarterback in training Drew Henson, tight end Jason Whitten and defensive standouts DeMarcus Ware, Marcus Spears, Roy Williams and Terence Newman. They have the kind of talent that should allow them to compete for NFC East titles for years to come.

Dallas Cowboys Tickets

2009 Schedule
Day Date Opponent Location
Sun 11/11/2009 Chiefs Kansas City
Sun 10/25/2009 Falcons Dallas
Sun 11/1/2009 Seahawks Dallas
Sun 11/8/2009 Eagles Philly
Sun 11/15/2009 Packers Green Bay
Sun 11/22/2009 Redskins Dallas
Thur 11/26/2009 Raiders Oakland
Sun 12/6/2009 Giants New York
Sun 12/13/2009 Chargers Dallas
Sat 12/19/2009 Saints New Orleans
Sun 12/27/2009 Redskins Washington
Sun 1/3/2010 Eagles Dallas