How to tell if you’re missing the Cowboys in a Dallas Cowboys game
If you’ve got a Cowboys game in the cards, you’ll need to be more than a little excited for what’s to come.
On Monday, the Cowboys will open their season against the Washington Redskins.
It’s the first time the team has played a home game in Arlington since the 2009 season, when they played there against the Seattle Seahawks.
The Cowboys’ first two seasons in the nation’s capital, the teams have played in the same stadium for three consecutive years, dating back to 1995.
If the Cowboys are to make the playoffs for the first year in franchise history, they’ll need some momentum heading into the game.
They’re currently tied with the Philadelphia Eagles for the most wins in the league, having won 13 of the last 14 games.
But they’re not done yet.
If they finish the regular season with a winning record, the team could easily overtake the Eagles as the league’s best team.
If you’re a Cowboys fan, you know that this is an important season to plan for.
If you’re not a Cowboys supporter, this is one of the easiest seasons in franchise lore to miss.
If the Cowboys win at home, they will clinch the division title and be crowned as the NFC East champs.
The team will need to win at least three of their remaining seven games to avoid missing the playoffs altogether.
The schedule is full of tough games against teams that have been at or near the top of the division this year.
But there are also a few games in the books where Dallas is the underdog.
If there’s one thing we can all agree on, it’s that this Cowboys season has been a rollercoaster ride.
The franchise was set to move to L.A. for the 2014 season when owner Jerry Jones announced the retirement of head coach Wade Phillips and the signing of general manager Phil Savage.
The season started out as a huge opportunity for the team, as they would be heading to the biggest stage of their franchise’s existence.
But it quickly became apparent that the Cowboys were destined for a disaster.
In fact, it was one of their worst games in franchise franchise history.
The Redskins defeated the Cowboys 31-14 in Week 1, a blowout that would send the franchise to its lowest point in years.
The following week, the Redskins played at Arizona, a team that had been the team to beat in the playoffs a year earlier.
In the final game of the season, they lost 23-17.
The game ended with the Redskins running out the clock with a late field goal in the final seconds of regulation.
In a week that saw the team miss the playoffs by one game, it seemed like the team had reached its peak.
But as the season progressed, the franchise began to look less like a team with a bright future and more like a franchise that needed to rebuild.
It was the first of several seasons in which the team would play games against weaker opponents to rebuild and get a feel for the other teams in the division.
If things didn’t go right for the Cowboys, it would have been easy to look at that as a major setback.
After all, the NFL was the league of opportunity and success, and it was a franchise built on an emphasis on winning.
However, the Dallas Cowboys had some other issues going into their first year under new coach Jason Garrett.
The front office, led by general manager Jerry Jones, took a step back in 2014 when the team was forced to make some big changes to the roster and some key players.
That year, the defense, led in the NFL by DeMarcus Ware, struggled to contain the run.
Ware, who was signed to a two-year, $31 million contract after the 2014 regular season, was the team’s only reliable pass rusher, according to Pro Football Focus.
Ware was also a disruptive force in the run game, and he made it difficult for opposing running backs to get open in the passing game.
He wasn’t a good pass rusher in 2014, but the team decided to give him more playing time in the offseason and that could be a major factor in how well he plays this season.
The defense is the one area where the Cowboys had a chance to get better in 2014.
They were already a solid defense when Garrett took over.
The defensive line was the best in the NFC, led primarily by former first-round pick Jadeveon Clowney.
The linebacking corps also was strong.
And at linebacker, former Pro Bowler Chris Borland was a key piece.
However, the offensive line struggled to play at a high level and didn’t have a clear starter in place for the foreseeable future.
That led to the team losing its starting left tackle, who is the Cowboys starting left guard.
It also led to quarterback Dak Prescott losing his starting job to Ezekiel Elliott.
Prescott is a talented quarterback who could have helped the Cowboys with his passing skills, but he struggled in 2014 with some off-the-field issues.
He also lost his