Dallas is determined to grab national headlines again this season with their high-octane offense and hard-hitting defense. Pay a visit to Cowboys Stadium to see America's Team take on the NFL's best, deep in the heart of Texas.
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Though the 2012 campaign was marred by injuries, the Dallas Cowboys still just narrowly missed out on a playoff berth after falling to the Washington Redskins in Week 17. This year, hopes are high in Big D, as the return of several key players from injury could help establish continuity on both sides of the ball. The return of running back DeMarco Murray from a foot ailment should help bolster a rushing attack that ranked 31st in the league in 2012. Head coach Jason Garrett will surely hope the addition of Murray to an offense that ranked third in passing last year will result in a balanced and explosive attack.
The defensive unit should benefit from the return of key starters Sean Lee, Jay Ratliff, and Barry Church, all of whom missed at least 10 games last season. The acquisitions of likely starters in linebacker Justin Durant and safety Will Allen should help make the team’s transition to a 4-3 defense a smooth one.
The Cowboys 2013 schedule is bookended by home games against divisional rivals, with the New York Giants heading to Arlington on Sept. 8 and the Philadelphia Eagles visiting Cowboys Stadium on Dec. 29. For your chance to watch “America’s Team" live inside the team’s state-of-the-art venue, purchase Cowboys tickets from Vivid Seats.