The Dallas Cowboys built a foundation for success in 2014, as they used an overpowering offensive line to spark a very strong running game and pass attack, en route to nabbing last year’s NFC East title. They even won their first playoff game in many years, and if not for a very controversial call, they would have found themselves in the NFC Championship Game.
Last year’s success doesn’t guarantee the Cowboys anything going into 2015. DeMarco Murray is gone from the backfield with no clear replacement, Tony Romo is one year older, and the defense is still a question mark. Those very red flags could still end up being positives, however. Joseph Randle averaged 6.7 yards per carry in limited action and could easily be the answer at running back, Romo could be as sharp and as seasoned as ever, and a healthy Sean Lee and Greg Hardy could give the Dallas defense the precise jolt it needs.
Questions aside, the pieces are still there from an overall perspective for these Cowboys to pick up right where they left off, win another division title and go even further in the playoffs. It’s just another reason why Dallas Cowboys tickets are such a hot commodity, just as they seemingly always are. With the rest of the competition entering the new campaign with some sort of uncertainty, the Cowboys could very well emerge from the pack once again in securing another division championship.
The jump up doesn’t really help the price of Dallas Cowboys tickets on the year (a healthy $267.60 on average), but that’s to be expected with a winning team in an expensive and still relatively new stadium. While fans can brace themselves for some understandably hefty home games like battles with the Giants on September 13 ($284.78 on average, $86 for the cheap seats), the defending champion Patriots on October 11 ($458.67, $191), and a November 1 clash with the Seahawks ($336.67, $120), they can also appreciate value when they see it.
Fans can get a killer bargain for the ’Boys final preseason game of the year, being just $68.17 on average when they tangle with their in-state rival, the Houston Texans. Meanwhile, their cheapest regular season date at AT&T Stadium occurs on September 27 when Dallas collides with the high-powered Atlanta Falcons, with tickets averaging $226.01 on the secondary market according to TotallyTickets.com, while the get-in price sits at $60.
At the same time, their Week 17 showdown with the division rival Washington Redskins may offer the most value at home. While tickets are averaging $251.79 for this contest, with a get-in price of $57, it offers the most potential in terms of the implications that could be at stake, as more times than not in recent years, the NFC East has been decided in the final game of the season. Meanwhile, for fans wondering what their cheapest game of the regular season is, that would be their road date in Buffalo when they square off with the Bills. Tickets for this affair are averaging $193.47 on the secondary market.
For just about any other team, the prices wouldn’t be so unforgiving, but since this is the Cowboys — arguably still recognized as “America’s Team” throughout the country — tickets aren’t exactly cheap. And now, for the first time in several years, Dallas is a perennial top contender in the NFC, which only adds to the intrigue of attending their games. They certainly have the pieces to sustain their success, with one of the best offensive lines in football. Furthermore, they have a top quarterback in Romo, and perhaps the most dangerous wide receiver in all of football at the moment, that of course being Dez Bryant. If the defense can outperform what they did a year ago, Cowboys fans just might be looking at a “super” season.