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Dallas Cowboys Fast Facts

Conference & Division
NFC East
Year Founded
1960
Super Bowl Titles
1971, 1977, 1992, 1993, 1995
Coach
Jason Garrett
Home Stadium
AT&T Stadium
Stadium Capacity
80,000
Rival(s)
New York Giants, Washington Redskins

Dallas Cowboys Schedule

How 'bout them Cowboys? The Dallas Cowboys missed the playoffs last season, but they have one goal in mind this year -- a trip to Super Bowl LI! Don't miss your chance to emerging stars QB Dak Prescott, RB Ezekiel Elliott along with veteran Dez Bryant and the rest of the Cowboys! Check out the 2016-17 NFL schedule, find your seats, and get your Cowboys tickets today! 

There's a new generation showing their stars in the famous AT&T Stadium this season. Rookie sensation Dak Prescott has replaced long-time Cowboy's starting QB Tony Romo and it doesn't seem like that will be changing anytime soon. With Rookie RB Ezekiel Elliott breaking records every week, The "Boys" look poised to make a deep playoff run. 

Founded in 1960, the Dallas Cowboys are one of the most iconic franchises in all of professional sports. The Cowboys have appeared in eight Super Bowls in franchise history, winning five times. Dallas' success on the field has translated into success off the field as well, as Dallas' star logo is one of the most recognizable logos in all of sports. Further, Forbes listed the Dallas Cowboys as the most valuable team in all of professional sports in 2016. They also are the only team in NFL history to have twenty straight winning seasons. Winning and winning big runs deep in the veins of the Dallas Cowboys, and they are not to be underestimated. Their home field is AT&T Stadium, formerly known as Cowboys Stadium, that is in Arlington, Texas.

Don't just watch the games from home! Check out Dallas' schedule, and buy your Cowboys tickets today!

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