Dallas Cowboys Tickets

Dallas Cowboys Tickets

Dallas Cowboys is an American Football Club in Irving, Texas. They are member of National Football Conference, East division. They joined NFL in 1960. With great record history, they have a record of most appearance in Super Bowls which 8, five NFC championship titles. Good news for Cowboys fans, Dallas Cowboys Football tickets are available on Askaticket at very low price

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Book your Cowboys Tickets and enchant along with other fans. In recent seasons, Big “D” has stood for disappointment when it comes to the Dallas Cowboys. The franchise hasn’t won a Super Bowl (XXX) since the 1995 season and dating back to 1997, the team is just 128-128 in the regular season. The organization has used six different head coaches in the last 16 seasons and has won just one playoff game over that span. And since winning the NFC East in 2009, Jerry Jones’ team is a combined 22-26 the last three years and hasn’t been back to the playoffs.

In 2012 despite another second-half surge, the Cowboys wound up finishing 8-8 for the second straight year. With a chance to win the NFC East on the final Sunday of the season for the second consecutive year, the team came up short, this time at Washington. Quarterback Tony Romo had his ups and downs but the bottom line was that he wound up tied for the league lead with 19 interceptions. Of course, it’s hard to do it without help as only the Cardinals totaled fewer rushing yards in the NFL in 2012.

In 2013 per usual, the Cowboys have quarterback Tony Romo and pass catchers like wideouts Dez Bryant and Miles Austin, as well as veteran tight end Jason Witten. But once again, there will be changes on the defensive side of the ball as the latest coordinator, Monte Kiffin, brings the 4-3 back to Dallas. That means outside linebackers DeMarcus Ware and Anthony Spencer move to defensive end while additions such as linebacker Justin Durant (Lions) and safety Will Allen (Steelers) hope to make the transition easier.

In 2014 the Cowboys was able to secure NFC East title. Since 2009 it was the first time they insured of getting to the playoffs. They made improvement on their 8-8 record from previous season after finishing 12-4. DeMarco Murray set the rushing season record. They defeated Detroit Lions at home in the wild card round, 24-20 and made it to the Divisional Playoffs. But they lost 26-21 by the Green Bay Packers ending their season. Dallas Cowboys Tickets are hard to get as the franchise is worth $3.2 billion, which makes them the most valuable team of the NFL according to Forbes. Same value as soccer club FC Barcelona which is makes them second in the world. They are generating revenue of $560 million. To cheer the Cowboys get your Cheap Dallas Cowboys ticket from Askaticket.