The Cowboys in the Playoffs
The Dallas Cowboys are putting together a very solid season in 2013, and the team is
looking to advance to the postseason in their quest for the Vince Lombardi Trophy. The Cowboys have shown what they're capable
of, performing well against some of the best teams in the National Football League throughout the season. Quarterback Tony
Romo is having yet another good year, showing himself to be one of the more underrated signal callers in the entire league.
Romo has an elite target to throw to in Dez Bryant, the enigmatic playmaker out of the Oklahoma State. Bryant has made some
incredible plays this season, especially in the end zone, and cementing himself as a top-tier pass catcher in the NFC. Few
players can manipulate their bodies in the air the way that Bryant can, and he's a big reason that opposing defenses fear
this Dallas offense. Romo has another great target in tight end Jason Witten, one of the more reliable players at the position
in the NFL. The running game has been a bit inconsistent for Dallas this season, as running back DeMarco Murray again has
had trouble staying healthy and on the field.
Defensively the Cowboys are not the best team in the league, but with
such a prolific offense this club still has what it takes to make a deep playoff run. The Cowboys are looking to earn either
the NFC East title or a Wild Card berth. While winning your division gives you some advantages in the playoff bracket, just
getting into the postseason is all a team needs to do. Fans have seen their favorite team sneak into the postseason and go
on a deep run many times. The Cowboys are hoping to take down some of the best clubs in the NF on their way to their first
Super Bowl berth in many years.
The Dallas Cowboys are hoping to take home the NFC East title
this season, and if they do they'll be ready to take on some of the toughest teams in the conference in the postseason. The
Cowboys could also make a run in the playoffs via a Wild Card berth. The Cowboys always come into the season with high expectations,
and this season they're looking to live up to them. Owner Jerry Jones is driven to make this team a Super Bowl champion once
again, and this could be the year that the Cowboys make that dream a reality. The Dallas offense is one of the more dangerous
units in the entire National Football League, featuring such playmakers as Dez Bryant and Jason Witten. With Tony Romo slinging
the ball all over the field, this Cowboys offensive unit is incredibly difficult to contain. While the Cowboys would be going
up against some of the top defenses in the league in the playoffs, it may not matter with an offense like this one.
When you're right there in the thick of it, sitting in your seat amongst a sea of rabid fans of
the National Football League, you'll know you're a part of something special. It doesn't get any more special than heading
to the stadium for a playoff game, something that very few NFL fans get to do each year. There's nothing quite like being
there in the stands when your favorite team has everything on the line. A win means they advance, while a loss means the end
of the season, and it's these high stakes that make every playoff game in the National Football League absolutely riveting.
Don't miss out on your chance to see all of the exhilarating action unfold right before your very eyes at Cowboys stadium
the next time Dallas hosts a playoff game.
Dallas Cowboys Trivia
When was the last time the Cowboys made
The answer is 2009, when the team was able to take home the NFC East crown, earning them a spot in the
Dallas Cowboys History
The Dallas Cowboys' history begins in the year 1960, and while the team
started slow, they began to find success in the late 1960s and into the 1970s. The team won its first Super Bowl title in
1971, added another in 1977 and then ripped off of three Super Bowl wins in 1992, 1993 and 1995. The team has appeared in
the postseason 30 times in their storied history, one filled with memorable postseason moments.
Dallas Cowboys fans love their football, and you'll never see them more into the game than when they're in the
stands at a playoff game. The playoffs are the most intense time of the National Football League season, making for some thrilling
football that people love to see in person. The stands at Cowboys Stadium are sure to be packed for any home playoff game.