After three consecutive 8-8 seasons, the Dallas Cowboys found their calling with a rebuilt offensive line and a rush-oriented attack. With the departure of DeMarco Murray, whom the Cowboys lost in free agency, Dallas looks to prove that the members of the offensive line were the true stars of last season.
Coming off a controversial defeat to the Green Bay Packers in the playoffs, Dallas will be seeking to take the next step after an impressive 12-4 season. Even with Murray bolting to Philadelphia, the Cowboys still possess an impactful offense, led by Romo and Dez Bryant. Those two alone boast the ability to lead a group that can shred any given defense that they square off against.
“America’s Team” is still one of the top draws around the NFL, at home or on the road. According to SeatSmart, below are the most expensive and least expensive tickets to Dallas Cowboys games this season.
Most Expensive: 11/22/2015 | Miami Dolphins vs. Dallas Cowboys | Sun Life Stadium | Average Price: $417.24 | Get-in Price: $223
Speaking of Dallas being one of the top draws around the league, an away game in Miami being their highest priced ticket on the secondary market proves just that. Miami has been stuck in mediocrity since 2009, never winning more than 8 games, but never having over 10 losses. With a fan base that’s looking for a winner, it’s impressive that the Cowboys’ name value can turn this game into one of the best draws of the Dolphins’ season. Miami did make a splash during the offseason, signing Ndamukong Suh from the Detroit Lions, something that may transform them into a real contender. The Dolphins seem to be going with a defensive-oriented approach, as they once again replaced the weapons around Ryan Tannehill to try and find the perfect match. This should be a great matchup between the offensive line of Dallas and the defensive front of Miami.
Least Expensive: 9/27/2015 | Dallas Cowboys vs. Atlanta Falcons | AT&T Stadium | Average Price: $239.29 | Get-in Price: $56
After a 6-10 season and the firing of head coach Mike Smith, Dallas fans apparently aren’t too concerned with Matt Ryan, Julio Jones and the rest of the Atlanta Falcons. Dan Quinn from the Seattle Seahawks looks to rebuild a defense that ranked as one of the worst in the league, as he is the new head coach. If it were 2014, you can bet that the Cowboys would’ve ran wild on their defense, but Quinn and his philosophies will get an early test at AT&T Stadium. The Cowboys, obviously, have to keep an eye on Julio Jones, one of the most prolific deep threats in the NFL. His presence, along with the rest of this talented offense, has helped maintain busy activity for Falcons tickets for the upcoming season.