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America’s team is ready for 2023

Anticipation is building as the Dallas Cowboys gear up for their 64th season in the National Football League.

As the upcoming season unfolds, the Cowboys are embarking on a new chapter without the presence of running back Ezekiel Elliott. This marks the first time since 2015 that Elliott won't be donning a Cowboy jersey, as he was released in March and signed with the New England Patriots in August. His imposing size and role as a chunk-yardage back got him 876 rushing yards and 12 rushing touchdowns. However, a sense of determination and strategic planning could pave the way for a successful season, as owner Jerry Jones made some smart moves this offseason by trading late-round picks for quality veterans who can plug key roster roles. The team is under the guidance of fourth-year head coach Mike McCarthy.

The stakes are high. Cowboys fans eagerly await the team's performance on the field in what has become an annual event – can Dallas star in their first Super Bowl appearance since 1996? Led by quarterback Dak Prescott, they’re aiming their sights on an NFC Championship and first Super Bowl berth in 24 years.

How did the Dallas Cowboys perform in the 2022 NFL Season?

The Dallas Cowboys entered the 2022 NFL season as the defending NFC East champions, seeking to repeat under head coach Mike McCarthy. They matched their 12-5 regular season record from 2021 but fell short of the division crown to the Philadelphia Eagles, who represented the conference in the Super Bowl.

The Cowboys made several offseason moves, including releasing offensive tackle La'el Collins and signing wide receiver James Washington. They also drafted defensive end Sam Williams in the second round. They started the season strong, winning their first four of five games. However, they lost two of their final four games, including a loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 15. They clinched a playoff berth in Week 16 after the Washington Commanders lost to the New York Giants.

The Cowboys defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the wild-card round, ending their winless seven-game streak against Tom Brady, who retired days after the game. However, they lost to the San Francisco 49ers in the divisional round, their seventh consecutive divisional round defeat.

Some of their best players this season were quarterback Dak Prescott, with 2,860 passing yards and 23 passing touchdowns, as well as CeeDee Lamb, who improved from 2021 with 1,359 receiving yards and nine receiving touchdowns – the sixth-best receiver this season. Tony Pollard was essential for the Cowboys, and there’s a lot of expectation on how he’ll follow up on his 1,007 rushing yards.

One of the biggest pain points for the Cowboys 2021 season was penalties, leading the league in that category with 127, costing 1,103 yards. This was highlighted by an embarrassing 14 penalties in a wild card playoff loss to San Francisco. However, in 2022, the Cowboys improved this with 104 penalties.

Who did the Dallas Cowboys acquire in the 2023 NFL Draft?

  • Round 1, Pick 26: Mazi Smith, DT, Michigan
  • Round 2, Pick 58: Luke Schoonmaker, TE, Michigan
  • Round 3, Pick 90: DeMarvion Overshown, LB, Texas (Reserve list)
  • Round 4, Pick 129: Viliami Fehoko, DE, San Jose State
  • Round 5, Pick 169: Asim Richards, OT, North Carolina (Compensatory pick)
  • Round 6, Pick 178, Eric Scott Jr., CB, Southern Miss (Compensatory pick)
  • Round 6, Pick 212: Deuce Vaughn, RB, Kansas State
  • Round 7, Pick 244: Jalen Brooks, WR, South Carolina

Who else did the Cowboys sign for the 2023 Season?

The Cowboys signed a few other players for the 2023 season, these are the ones who made the 53-Man roster cut:

  • Ronald Jones II, RB, Kansas City Chiefs (Free Agent, Reserve list due to suspension for two games)
  • Chuma Edoga, G, New York Jets (Free Agent)
  • Trent Sieg, LS, Las Vegas Raiders (Free Agent)
  • Brandin Cooks, WR, Houston Texans (Traded for 2023 fifth-round selection, Nick Hampton, and 2024 sixth-round selection)
  • Stephon Gilmore, CB, Indianapolis Colts (Traded for 2023 fifth-round selection, Evan Hull)

They also picked up the following undrafted free agents:

  • T. J. Bass, OT, Oregon
  • Earl Bostick Jr., OT, Kansas (Practice squad)
  • David Durden, WR, West Florida (Reserve list)
  • Princeton Fant, TE, Tennessee (Practice squad)
  • Durrell Johnson, LB, Liberty (Practice squad)
  • Hunter Luepke, FB, North Dakota State
  • Jalen Moreno-Cropper, WR, Fresno State (Practice squad)
  • Tyrus Wheat, OLB, Mississippi State (Practice squad)

Dallas Cowboys Key Matchups in 2023

As Roger Staubach once said, “every other team in the league still wants to beat the Cowboys,” – this year’s fixture is going to be proof of that, with matchups against some of the best teams of last season. Here's a quick look at the games you won't want to miss:

  • Week 2 vs. New York Jets: An early-season challenge and the first home game will face the Cowboys against Aaron Rodgers, who has had a lot of success against them in the past as a Packer, now leading the New York Jets. In nine career starts against the Cowboys, Rodgers has won seven games and only lost two. The last time the Cowboys played the Jets at AT&T Stadium was in the 2015 season, with a 19-16 win for the Jets.
  • Week 5 at San Francisco 49ers: The Cowboys are looking for payback after the 49ers derailed their playoff hopes in a low-scoring NFL Divisional Round loss. The 49ers are the defending NFC West champions, and despite uncertainty at the QB position, the team has the pieces to be competitive again this season, vying for another deep playoff run.
  • Week 14 vs. Philadelphia Eagles: A collision of divisional powerhouses in a late-season game that could decide the NFC East title. Get ready for a thrilling showdown.
  • Week 15 at Buffalo Bills: The Bills pose a tough test for the Cowboys, as they’re one of the best teams in the NFL. It's an intriguing matchup in a tough place to play, as weather conditions could dictate the game and make it unpredictable.

FAQs about Dallas Cowboys 2024 Game Schedule And Tickets

When were the Dallas Cowboys established and joined the NFL?

The Dallas Cowboys were established in 1960 as a National Football League (NFL) expansion team. They joined the NFL's Western Conference with the Green Bay Packers, Detroit Lions, San Francisco 49ers, Baltimore Colts, Chicago Bears, and Los Angeles Rams.

They were initially known as the Dallas Steers, followed by the Dallas Rangers – finally changing their name to separate their identity from the local baseball team of the same name. Even more confusing, the Cowboys shared the Cotton Bowl with the Dallas Texans, American Football League (AFL) representatives who would later become the Kansas City Chiefs.

Who owns the Dallas Cowboys?

Jerry Jones has owned the Dallas Cowboys since 1989, when he bought the team from H.R. "Bum" Bright for $140 million. He is the Cowboys president, general manager, and CEO. A controversial and polarizing figure in the NFL, he has been criticized for his lavish spending on players and coaches and for his meddling in the team's day-to-day operations. However, he is also credited with turning the Cowboys into one of the most successful and profitable franchises in the NFL – and one of the most valuable sports teams on the planet. Under Jones' ownership, the Cowboys have won three Super Bowls, in 1992, 1993, and 1995, as well as eight NFC Championships.

Who is the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys?

The head coach of the Dallas Cowboys since January 2020 is Mike McCarthy. Before his time with the Cowboys, he was head coach of the Green Bay Packers between 2006 and 2018, in which he won Super Bowl XLV in AT&T Stadium.

What are some of the other personnel and assistant coaches?

  • Dan Quinn, defensive coordinator
  • Brian Schottenheimer, offensive coordinator
  • John Fassel, special teams coordinator
  • Jerry Jones, general manager

How many divisional championships have the Dallas Cowboys won?

The Dallas Cowboys have won the NFC East division 24 times, including ten consecutive championships from 1970 to 1979. They also won the NFL Capitol division three times in their early years. The Cowboys have also appeared in the NFC Championship Game 14 times, the second most in NFL history behind the San Francisco 49ers (with 18 appearances). They’ve won the championship game eight times, the most in NFL history.

What is the Dallas Cowboys best overall season record?

The Dallas Cowboys best overall season record is 12-2, which they achieved in 1968 and 1977.

How many championships have the Dallas Cowboys won?

The Dallas Cowboys have secured a total of five Super Bowl championships in:

  • Super Bowl VI in the 1971 season
  • Super Bowl XII in the 1977 season
  • Super Bowl XXVII in the 1992 season
  • Super Bowl XXVIII in the 1993 season
  • Super Bowl XXX in the 1995 season

These championships solidified the Cowboys prominence in the NFL and contributed to their legacy as one of the league's most successful and iconic franchises.

What is the Dallas Cowboys overall franchise record?

As of the end of the 2022 season, the Cowboys are 550-408-6, with a .574 winning percentage.

Who have been some of the most famous players in Dallas Cowboys history?

Several famous players have made a significant impact in Cowboys history. Emmitt Smith gained prominence as the NFL's leading rusher in the 90s, while Troy Aikman became renowned for his quarterback prowess, leading the team to three Super Bowl victories in the 90s. Michael Irvin's dynamic abilities as a wide receiver elevated his fame. Six-time Pro Bowler Roger Staubach's leadership and Super Bowl triumphs solidified his iconic status, becoming one of only ten players who have ever won the Heisman Trophy and the Super Bowl. Bob Lilly, a standout defensive tackle, and Randy White, a formidable lineman, earned recognition for their skills. Tony Dorsett's running skills and Larry Allen's dominant play on the offensive line garnered attention. Deion Sanders' cornerback skills and Jason Witten's reliability as a tight end contributed to their fame. These players are celebrated for their role in shaping the Dallas Cowboys legacy.

Where do the Dallas Cowboys play?

The Dallas Cowboys play their home games at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. It’s known for its modern design, retractable roof, and ample seating capacity to accommodate 80,000. The stadium hosts various events, including concerts, college football games, and soccer matches. 2011, it hosted the Super Bowl featuring the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers.

Who are the Dallas Cowboys biggest rivals?

The Dallas Cowboys have rivalries with several teams in the NFL, driven by decades of history and intense competition. Notable among these rivalries are the ones against the Washington Commanders, the Philadelphia Eagles, and the New York Giants. The clashes within the NFC East are highly anticipated and have produced some of the most memorable and dramatic moments in NFL history. The Eagles are the most prominent rivals, fresh off a berth in the Super Bowl. As the Cowboys look to return to the big game, chances are the games against the Eagles will be the ones to watch.

What is the Dallas Cowboys mascot?

The Dallas Cowboys mascot named "Rowdy” is a costumed character who represents the team and interacts with fans during games and events, adding to the team's spirit and fan experience.

What are the Dallas Cowboys colors?

Designed by Tex Schramm, the first president and general manager of the Cowboys in 1960, the team colors are blue, metallic silver, royal blue, and white. These colors are synonymous with the team's iconic brand and are prominently featured in their uniforms, logo, and overall visual identity, each with a different meaning. The star symbolizes the Lone Star State, where the Cowboys hail. The blue signifies trust, loyalty, and stability –qualities defining the Cowboys both on and off the field. The white represents unity and teamwork, a reminder that they're a cohesive unit working toward a common goal. The metallic silver color, added in 1964, reflects modernity and sophistication, echoing the Cowboys glamorous image as a high-profile team in the NFL.

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Allegiant Stadium Parking Lots Aug 17, 2024 From $123 2
Allegiant Stadium Aug 17, 2024 From $128 2,553
AT&T Stadium Aug 24, 2024 From $14 8,776
Cleveland Browns Stadium Sep 8, 2024 From $238 3,891
AT&T Stadium Sep 14, 2024 From $1,637 203
AT&T Stadium Sep 15, 2024 From $63 8,471
AT&T Stadium Sep 22, 2024 From $97 9,228
MetLife Stadium Parking Lots Sep 26, 2024 From $72 20
MetLife Stadium Sep 26, 2024 From $149 5,464