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2014 Dallas Cowboys Tickets

Dallas Cowboys tickets are your chance to see one of the National Football League's most iconic teams up close and personal. Coach Jason Garrett leads America's Team into another exciting season, and you can catch the action live with AT&T Stadium seats for any or all of this year's exciting home games. The Dallas Cowboys play in one of the world's most impressive stadiums, so the AT&T Stadium experience is second-to-none in professional sports. Dallas Cowboys tickets are your chance to see some of the NFL's top offensive players like quarterback Tony Romo, running back DeMarco Murray, tight end Jason Witten, and receivers Dez Bryant and Terrance Williams. The rebuilding defense has a pair of exciting bookends in defensive ends Henry Melton and Anthony Spencer, who are coming off injuries that limited their impact in 2013 but are capable of putting up big sack numbers. The NFC East is loaded with great traditional rivalries, meaning AT&T Stadium seats are the place to be to see the Washington Redskins, New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles when they visit for key divisional clashes. The Dallas Cowboys welcome the San Francisco 49ers to AT&T Stadium in Week 1 for a clash of historical NFC powers, so those tickets are sure to sell out fast. If you miss out on seats for that blockbuster, there will be plenty more opportunities to see exciting action with Dallas Cowboys tickets, including visits from the New Orleans Saints, Houston Texans, Arizona Cardinals and Indianapolis Colts. Some of the visiting stars who will take on the Cowboys include Colin Kaepernick, Michael Crabtree, Drew Brees, Jimmy Graham, Andre Johnson, Arian Foster, Larry Fitzgerald and Andrew Luck, and you'll be able to see them all from your AT&T Stadium seats. After missing the playoffs the past four years, the Dallas Cowboys are poised for a return to glory in 2014. Be sure to catch a glimpse of the action with AT&T Stadium tickets for any or all of the Dallas Cowboys' exciting home games this season.

Dallas Cowboys tickets are always coveted items, and they’ll again be in high demand throughout 2013 as this team looks like a potential Super Bowl contender. Quarterback Tony Romo signed a big contract extension in the offseason, a signal that the franchise is committed to the talented gunslinger. Running back DeMarco Murray and wide receiver Dez Bryant are stars about to take over the NFL, and DeMarcus Ware returns as one of the top pass rushers in the league. Owner Jerry Jones won’t settle for another 8-8 season, so buy Cowboys tickets now!

Dallas Cowboys tickets are your chance to join a tradition that has featured five Super Bowl championships, 10 conference titles, 21 division crowns and an extraordinary 30 playoff appearances, most recently in 2009. Cowboys Stadium inArlington,Tex., is an architectural masterpiece that opened in 2009 and can accommodate 105,000 fans, counting standing room. It boasts the world's largest column-free interior, and the fourth-largest high definition video screen. In short, you don’t want to miss your opportunity to witness the high-flying Cowboys in this electric atmosphere.

Buy Cowboys tickets online and watch asDallasentertains NFC East rivalsWashington,Philadelphiaand the New York Giants. The Dallas Cowboys schedule also includes interesting home games againstSt. Louis, Peyton Manning-ledDenver,Minnesota,OaklandandGreen Bay.

The Cowboys had an outstanding draft that filled many of their needs. They chose center Travis Frederick in the first round and exciting wide receiver Terrance Williams in the third. Head coach Jason Garrett is well-liked by the players, who know they must get to the postseason this year. It’s an honor to wear the star on the helmet, and players know 2013 is one of the more pivotal years in franchise history. Buy Cowboys tickets now and watch Romo use an incredible array of offensive weapons to shred opposing defenses.

Murrayis just 25 years old, Bryant is only 24, and veterans Miles Austin and Jason Witten are looking healthier than they have in years. The offensive line has been rebuilt, so Romo will have plenty of time to throw. Buy Dallas Cowboys tickets now and see this storied franchise return to greatness.

2010-2011 Dallas Cowboys football ticket info

Dallas Cowboys tickets are your chance to see America’s Team, which is fresh off an NFC East crown. The Cowboys are poised to climb even higher in 2010. Led by magnetic quarterback Tony Romo, breakout receiver Miles Austin, electric running back Felix Jones and fearsome pass rusher DeMarcus Ware, the star-heavy Cowboys won’t be satisfied with anything less than a Super Bowl ring. Sparkling Cowboys Stadium is one of the wonders of the Western Hemisphere. Fans are pouring in to get a glimpse of this remarkable facility and watch the Cowboys dominate another hapless opponent.
Owner Jerry Jones has spared no expense in building this first-class organization. Now the Cowboys look to deliver another Vince Lombardi trophy.
Dallas Cowboys tickets are the only way to watch this high-powered attack slice up the opposition. Romo threw for nearly 4,500 yards and 26 touchdowns against just nine interceptions as the Cowboys won their first playoff game in more than a decade. Jones emerged as a breakaway threat due to his blinding speed, and Austin developed into one of the NFL’s top five receivers. In the draft, the Cowboys added another gamebreaker in wide receiver Dez Bryant of Oklahoma State.
The Cowboys’ schedule is usually designed for maximum exposure, and 2010 is no different. Dallas Cowboys tickets are your chance to see the Cowboys host the Chicago Bears (Sept. 19), the Tennessee Titans (Oct. 10), and the Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints (Nov. 25). Division rivals New York (Oct. 25), Philadelphia (Dec. 12) and Washington (Dec. 19) come calling in what are sure to be intense matchups.
Under the guidance of head coach Wade Phillips, a defensive guru known for his laid-back style, the Cowboys have blossomed. They’re realizing their awesome potential, and championships are in the offing.
Dallas Cowboys tickets are your opportunity to watch this intriguing team stake its claim to greatness. Playing in a gleaming new palace, the Cowboys have again become the envy of the NFL. They’re proving that it’s possible to thrill fans and simultaneously contend for championships. Now all they have to do is take that final step.
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2008 Dallas Cowboys Tickets

Once again Dallas Cowboys tickets are just reeking with tantalizing possibility. The newest version of the Cowboys posse may just be ready to deliver on the promise they’ve been holding out for so long: The Super Bowl. After all, the Cowboys seem to have everything an NFL team could ask for. There’s a Pro Bowl caliber quarterback in Tony Romo, a star running back in Marion Barber, which any NFL team would want, and a wide receiver dangerous enough to keep opposing defenses honest in Terrell Owens. Throw in a young and opportunistic defense and you have all the ingredients of an NFC Champion. What has kept Dallas Cowboys tickets from delivering on their promise? Just plain bad luck.

In 2006 Cowboys ticket holders hung their heads in frustration kindled by a fumbled snap in the NFL Playoffs that almost turned into touchdown. In 2007, facing the Super Bowl-bound NewYork Giants, Romo was again the scapegoat, tossing an interception in the final minutes that sealed another disappointing season. Dumped by fate, Cowboys ticket holders are betting their frustration will turn to elation in 2008.

Are 2008 Cowboys Tickets Ready to Rock?

All good teams go through their growing pains. The Indianapolis Colts experienced years of frustration in the AFC before finally bringing home a Lombardi Trophy. The New York Giants were on the verge of crumbling before beating the Patriots last season. There’s a good chance that 2008 Dallas Cowboys tickets are past the honing process and ready to cut into the rest of the NFL.

Tony Romo is nothing if not battle hardened. Terrell Owens shows no signs of slowing down and with Jason Witten emerging as another threat (96 catches in 2007), the Dallas passing game is healthy. On the defensive side, Bradie James and DeMarcus Ware racked up almost 200 tackles for a baffling Wade Philips defense. Throw in the chance to put Pacman Jones on the corner and Dallas could be even tougher to move the ball against in 2008.

Looking at the rest of the NFC there’s no reason to think Cowboys tickets have to bow to anyone. They will have to get past the Giants though, but given the recent history of Super Bowl Champions and that may not be as tough as you think. The NFC Championship and a Super Bowl are there for the taking with 2008 Dallas Cowboys tickets.

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Top 10 Reasons to Buy Dallas Cowboys Tickets

1. Terrell Owens: The most dangerous and most controversial wide receiver in the game, Owens certainly makes things interesting anytime he steps on to the field at Texas Stadium. T.O. is worth the price of 2007 Dallas Cowboys tickets on his own.

2. New coach, new attitude: The laid-back Wade Phillips takes over for the surly Bill Parcells, bringing a breath of fresh air to the Cowboys.

3. Say goodbye to Texas Stadium: One of the oldest venues in the NFL, Texas Stadium will close its doors in 2009 and give way to a new modern stadium. Say goodbye to this historic NFL venue with Dallas Cowboys tickets.

4. Tony Romo: Can Romo bounce back from his devastating blunder in last year's playoff loss in Seattle? The young signal caller bobbled the snap on what would have been a go-ahead field goal against the Seahawks, a moment that was shown over and over on TV. He needs to shake it off if Dallas is to head back to the playoffs.

5. Anthony Spencer: A pass rushing beast, Spencer was the Cowboys' top pick. He'll play opposite DeMarcus Ware to give Dallas one of the fiercest pass rushes in the league.

6. DeMarcus Ware: One of the NFL's premier pass rushers, Ware is the Cowboys' best player. When he’s not chasing down quarterbacks, he’s laying the lumber on unsuspecting receivers coming across the middle.

7. Action-packed schedule: It all begin with a home game against NFC East rival, the New York Giants on Sept. 9. The St. Louis Rams, New England Patriots and Green Bay Packers also will visit Texas Stadium this year.

8. Thanksgiving Day: Dallas Cowboys tickets go hand-in-hand with turkey and stuffing when Thanksgiving rolls around. This year, the New York Jets will visit Texas Stadium for a Turkey Day showdown.

9. Julius Jones: This Notre Dame product is coming of the best season of his career. Now, he’s looking to earn his first trip to the Pro Bowl by cashing the Cowboys ticket to the Super Bowl.

10. A Roy Williams tackle: One of the hardest hitters in the game, All-Pro safety Roy Williams loves to deliver the crushing. You definitely don't want Williams after you. So buy 2007 Dallas Cowboys tickets from today.

The Dallas Cowboys are hitting the field at Texas Stadium in Irving, TX once again this year as “America’s Team” participates in another grueling season of NFL Football action. The best way to be on the sidelines during all the excitement is for football fans from across the country to head on over to to find the Dallas Cowboys tickets for the match-ups that they are looking for. Whether the Cowboys are squaring off against division rivals like the Philadelphia Eagles, the NY Giants, the Washington Redskins, or any of the other great NFL Teams, can help you get a seat to see the teams that you love the most.

Although the Dallas Cowboys have not won their division since 1998, there are a lot of reasons to be excited about this year’s team. Coach Bill Parcels was lured out of retirement in 2003 and his place at the helm of the team has been positive for the team so far. During the off-season, the Cowboys added kicker Mike Vanderjagt and former Philadelphia Eagles superstar wide receiver Terrell Owens to this year’s roster. Owens addition to the team almost guarantees that even if the Cowboys are unable to create headlines on the field, they will almost certainly still be the subject of every major sporting news source in the country and the fans will want to be at the games to see what he will do, or say, next.

After joining the NFL as an expansion team in 1960, the Dallas Cowboys have become one of the most successful teams in the history of the NFL. From 1966 until 1985, the Dallas Cowboys recorded 20 straight winning seasons, an unprecedented feat. Along with the most playoff appearances of any team with 27, the Cowboys have made it to eight Super Bowls where they took home the NFL Championship five times, tying the Pittsburgh Steelers for the most in league history. The Cowboys hold the distinction of being the first team in NFL history to win three Super Bowls in only four years, a feat which the New England Patriots were able to recently match.

The Dallas Cowboys are sure to put on a great show, both on and off the field this year and NFL football fans from all over will be clamoring to get their Dallas Cowboy football tickets as soon as possible before every game is sold out. So, before you head down to Texas Stadium in Irving, Texas, make your stop at and pick up your Cowboys tickets to see some of the most exciting football games the NFL will have to offer all year long.




Dallas Cowboys NFL Playoff Tickets

Bill Parcells once again has a team boasting of NFL Playoff tickets. Keep in mind that Parcells has taken two teams to the Super Bowl in his 4th year of coaching and this is his 4th year in Dallas. Hmm, can The Big Tuna do it again? Before we tackle the question of the Dallas Cowboys earning their Super Bowl tickets, let’s take a look at how they earned their NFL Playoff tickets.
The Cowboys entered the 2006 NFL season with Drew Bledsoe holding down the starting QB position and Tony Romo riding the bench. But Bledsoe was erratic at best and suffered from a lack of pass protection and limited mobility. With Dallas trailing the Giants in Game 6, Parcells went with Romo in the second half. Although Romo couldn’t find a way to win he showed Parcells enough to give him a shot at starting the next week in Carolina. Romo responded by going 24 of 36 with one TD and leading Dallas to a 35-14 win in Carolina. Thus began a 5-1 run that had Tony Romo being hailed as the second coming of Troy Aikman. Romo would lead the Cowboys to wins over Indy, Tampa Bay, the hated New York Giants, and Arizona, and put Dallas into position to win the NFC East and a 1st Round Bye in the NFL Playoffs.
Entering a crucial Sunday Night game against the New Orleans Saints Tony Romo was the hottest quarterback in the NFC. Or was he? The Saints defense put an end to that talk by making Romo look like an inexperienced quarterback from a small school, which he is. Romo finished with 249 yards and two interceptions in a 42-17 loss. That game seemed to deflate Dallas as they fell twice in their last three games, including a humiliating loss to the 2-13 Detroit lions in the season finale, leaving the Cowboys with a Wild Card spot and a lot of questions.

Can the Dallas Cowboys Earn Super Bowl Tickets?
In the mediocre NFC the answer is definitely yes. The Cowboys, when they’re clicking on all cylinders, have the firepower to battle their way to NFC Championship tickets and earn a spot in Super Bowl XLI in Miami. Bill Parcells will have to do his best coaching in years and Tony Romo will have to prove he’s worthy of his Pro Bowl selection. The Cowboys will also have to hace T.O shut his mouth and play every down. A big game in the Wild Card contest in Seattle would be a good way to start. More importantly, Parcells has to find a way to get his defense to shut down an opponents passing game, where the Cowboys rank a miserable 24 in the league.

1 p.m. Sunday
Texas Stadium

The Cowboys are playoff bound but nobody is happy. Dallas turned in a dismal performance against the Eagles last week and Bill Parcells is still searching for the right buttons to push. But Detroit is a team that’s perfect for what’s ailing the Cowboys. This game is just what Dallas needs to get back on track. If they don’t it’s going to be a very short foray in the playoffs. NFL Prediction: Dallas Cowboys 28, Detroit Lions 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 125-74)

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5:00 p.m., Monday
Texas Stadium

The Dallas-Philadelphia rivalry is one of the NFL's best. This week they play in Texas Stadium on Christmas Day with the playoffs on the line. This is what football fans wait all season for. QB Tony Romo is still wowing fans, and WR Terrell Owens will be looking to put the hurt on his former team. Buckle up for some great football in Texas this holiday season! NFL Prediction: Dallas Cowboys 35, Philadelphia Eagles 31
(Last Week: 12-4/Season: 171-78)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: WR Terrell Owens has got something to prove to the city of Philadelphia. is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

8 pm, Saturday
The Georgia Dome

Few NFL pundits could have predicted the Cowboys stumbling bumbling performance last Sunday night against the Saints. Really, this team is better than that. Or are they? Now that Tony Romo has been revealed to be the inexperienced quarterback he always was, we expect the high flying Cowboys to undergo a confidence crisis. Honestly, we think they’ll struggle to contain Michael Vick. Sean Payton just showed the rest of the NFL how to beat the Cowboys. Nevertheless, Bill Parcells will have his team pumped up and out to prove that last week was a fluke. But they’ll be upset by Atlanta and a deperate Michael Vick. NFL Prediction: Atlanta Falcons 24, Dallas Cowboys 20
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: The Falcons secondary sucks. You might expect us to play T.O or Glenn. But we’re thinking that Romo will have a rough day so take Julius Jones. is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

8:15 p.m., Sunday
Texas Stadium

Two of the most exciting offenses in the NFL will be on display when the Cowboys host the Saints on Sunday night. Since inserting quarterback Tony Romo into the starting line-up, the Cowboys have been playing some of their best football. Even the emotional and unstable Terrell Owens appears to be happy. How long will it last? Well, if the Saints and budding superstar Reggie Bush have anything to say about it, the Cowboys’ run ends on Sunday night. NFL Prediction: New Orleans 31, Dallas Cowboys 28
(Last Week: 11-5/Season 118-65)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Dallas running back Marian Barber. (Last week: Barber — 4 receptions, 37 yards, 1 TD, 5 carriers, 48 yards, 1 TD). is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

4:15 p.m., Sunday
Giants Stadium

Who’s not in love with Cowboys’ phenom Tony Romo? Dallas’ young gunslinger has ran been tremendous since stepping in for veteran Drew Bledsoe. Last week, he torched Tampa Bay’s defense with a franchise-record five touchdowns in a Thanksgiving Day victory over the Buccaneers. This Sunday, Romo and Cowboys could take a huge step toward wrapping up the NFC East title with a win over the struggling New York Giants. Be wary of the G-Men, Dallas fans. NFL Prediction: New York Giants 34, Dallas Cowboys 31
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Dallas QB Tony Romo. (Last week: Romo — 22-29, 306 yards, 5 TDs) is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

4 p.m., Sunday
Cardinals Stadium

Dennis Green is in trouble. In fact, it may be too late to save his job. What the Cardinals are doing now is playing for pride. That may be a cliché but they’re also playing for a spot on the roster next year when a new coach comes to town. Don’t underestimate the detrimental effects of T.O.’s presence on the roster and last week’s heartbreaking loss to Washington on the Cowboys. It’s time for the Cardinals to play up to their talent level. This game is our upset of the week. NFL Prediction: Arizona Cardinals 28, Dallas Cowboys 24
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Cardinals QB Matt Lienart(Last week — Cardinals on a bye)

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4:15 p.m., Thursday
Texas Stadium

Who's the best team in football now? Big D knocked off the previously undefeated Colts in a great game last week. Without a doubt, Tony Romo is the future in Dallas. Even Terrell Owens seems to have settled down and is starting to fit in to Bill Parcells' system. This week they take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the annual Thanksgiving Day game. This contest should be a little easier than last week, but let's not sleep on the Bucs. This is a team in backed against a wall, which makes them quite dangerous. This should be a great defensive battle as the scrappy youngsters in Dallas take on the grizzled veterans of Tampa Bay. Can age defeat beauty? Get your ticket to Texas Stadium and find out! NFL Prediction: Dallas Cowboys 28, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10

(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Do you like touchdowns? Then you like Marion Barber III. (Last week: Terrell Owens, 4 catches for 70 yards) is here to take you all the way to the playoffs with our large inventory of NFL football tickets, our expert predictions and our fantasy football tickets to victory.

4 p.m., Sunday
Texas Stadium

The Cowboys are definitely better with Romo under center. Parcells has a shot at salvaging his season if he can get everyone pulling in the same direction. But time is running out for Dallas. They’re chasing both the Giants and the Eagles and the schedule isn’t in their favor. Every game counts. Can the “Big Tuna” come up with a way to slow Peyton Manning down long enough to let his young QB hook up with the NFL’s problem child and Terry Glenn? Probably not. But don’t count the old boy out yet. He may still have a trick or two up his sleeve. Anyway, this game is worth seeing just because of the implications in the NFC East. A loss by the Cowboys and wins by either Philly or New York (especially New York) means the Cowboys will need help down the line. It’s Romo’s home debut and he gets to prove himself against an Indy secondary that can be burned. But Romo ain’t the problem. It’s Manning. NFL Prediction: Indianapolis 35, Dallas Cowboys 20
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: What the hell? Take T.O. Maybe he can stay awake and catch the ball. (Last week: Romo – 20 of 29, 308 yards, 2 TD’s)

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8:15 p.m., Sunday
Bank of American Stadium

Dallas coach Bill Parcells was distraught after Monday night's embarrassing loss to the Giants. That likely means the Cowboys will be fired up when they visit the Panthers on Sunday night. But Carolina won't be in the best of moods either, after dropping a close one to Cincinnati. Both squads were considered favorites in their divisions when the season began, but seven weeks into the season, neither can afford another loss if they want to stay in the thick of playoff contention. NFL Prediction: Dallas 24, Carolina 21
(Last Week: 5-8/Season 65-39)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Dallas wide receiver Terrell Owens has picked up his game in the last couple of weeks. (Last Week: Owens - 6 catches, 98 yards, 1 TD)

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8 p.m., Monday
Texas Stadium

The Cowboys trounced lowly Houston last week. It was really just a coming out party for T.O., who scored three touchdowns. Well, the Giants won't be so easy. New York put on its best defensive performance of the year against Atlanta and the rivalry of these two teams means you can throw records out the window. Expect the usual epic battle and get to Texas Stadium early. If the Cowboys can take advantage of the usual slow start by Eli Manning they should come out on top. If not, this could turn into another of those Cowboys-Giants wars we'll all remember for a long time. NFL Prediction: : Dallas Cowboys 28, New York Giants 17
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 60-31)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Giants quarterback Eli Manning (Last Week: Julius Jones - 22 rushes for 106 yards)

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1 p.m., Sunday
FedEx Field

Welcome to the Tony Roma era in Dallas. Last week, the young gunslinger out of Eastern Illinois put the Cowboys on his back and led them out of Carolina with an impressive come-from-behind victory over the Panthers. This week, he’ll be looking to continue Dallas’ push to the playoffs with a win over the Redskins. NFL Prediction: Dallas Cowboys 24, Washington Redskins 17
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 73-43)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Washington Redskins running back Clinton Portis (Last week — Portis will be fresh after last week’s bye)

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1 p.m., Sunday
Texas Stadium

Dallas is going to be ready for some revenge after the tough loss in Philadelphia last week, and who better to take it out on than their in-state neighbors, the Houston Texans. Terrell Owens may not have been much of a factor last week, but you can guarantee he will pick the Texans’ secondary apart in front of an appreciative home crowd. The Cowboys will be playing with a chip on their shoulder, and Houston is the perfect target for a massacre. Despite Owens’ astounding ability (and mouth!), Julius Jones will be the feature in this game, as Bill Parcells’ team will be looking to run the ball down the Texans’ pathetic run defense. Dallas needs the win to boost their spirits and wipe away the memory of Philadelphia out of their heads. ,It shouldn’t be too difficult, especially with home field advantage. NFL Prediction: Dallas Cowboys 31, Houston Texans 27
(Last Week: 12-2/Season 52-26)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: RB Julius Jones (Last Week: Drew Bledsoe, 223 yards passing, 1 rushing TD, 3 Ints.)

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4:15 p.m., Sunday
Lincoln Financial Field

The Dallas Cowboys took something of a breather against the lowly Titans. Now they face a much stiffer challenge with the Philadelphia Eagles on the Eagles home turf. The Terry Glenn-Drew Bledsoe connection continues unabated as the duo connected on a pair of scoring passes against Tennessee. They’ll need that firepower in Philly to top the Eagles and keep pace in the NFC East. This is a crucial division game and the Cowboys will pull out all the stops. NFL Prediction: Dallas Cowboys 27, Philadelphia Eagles 20
(Last Week: 7-5/Season 40-24)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Drew Bledsoe. (Last Week: Drew Bledsoe – 13 of 20, 197 yards, 2 TD’s)

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