The Dallas Cowboys have been referred to as “America's Team” on more than one occasion
in the team’s history. They came into the league in 1960 as an expansion team and wasted
no time showing that they were the most popular, setting an NFL record with 160
consecutive sellouts, including 79 straight at home and 81
straight on the road with admission of Dallas Cowboys tickets. The Cowboys have been helped by their countrywide fan base and
millions of Dallas Cowboys tickets sold to be ranked by Forbes magazine as the highest valued
sports franchise in the United States with a value of $1.65 billion.
The Cowboys history is one of the longest and most interesting in the NFL.
They have had some of the best players in history play for them and help sell Dallas Cowboys
tickets. On the list of former players and current Hall of Famers are; Roger Staubach, Tony
Dorsett, Troy Aikman, Michael Irvin, Emmitt Smith, and legendary coach Tom Landry. These
players, along with others, have helped lead the Cowboys to a NFL record 8 Super Bowls, a
record they share with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The Cowboys are headed by outspoken owner Jerry Jones, who took control of the team in
1989 and promptly fired legendary head coach Tom Landry. In Jones’s first year as owner of the
Cowboys he drafted quarterback Troy Aikman, who lead them to a franchise worst record 1-15.
The fate of the team changed the next few years as they used draft picks to draft future starters
that helped the team win Super Bowls and sell millions of Dallas Cowboys tickets.
Cowboys Stadium is the home of the Dallas Cowboys, selling an NFL best 718,055 Dallas
Cowboys tickets in its opening year of 2009. The construction of Cowboys Stadium was a
requirement for the Cowboys franchise as they are the most popular team in the NFL have lead
the league in attendance year after year. The stadium has space for 110,000 Dallas Cowboys tickets to be
sold on any given Sunday.
Cowboys Stadium is also home to the world’s largest high definition video screen that is 2,100
inches, larger than the basketball court used during the 2010 NBA All-Star Game
held in Cowboys stadium. Because of its enormous seating capacity and state of the art condition, the stadium has been, and will continue to be used for things other
than selling Dallas Cowboys tickets, which include; concerts, college football bowl games,
and college basketball games.
Other NFL teams have experienced difficulty selling tickets due to rising costs
and the experience that high-definition television provides fans.
Fortunately, the Cowboys have not suffered from this, selling 85,512 Dallas Cowboys tickets on average in
2011, technically selling out every game. As previously mentioned, the Cowboys are one of the most popular teams
in the country, if not the most popular, as fans across the country routinely buy tickets for their
hometown team just to go and watch the visiting Cowboys.
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12-4-12: After a bad loss at home to the Redskins, the Cowboys bounced back and beat the Eagles in a high-scoring 38-33 affair. At 6-6 the Cowboys are a longshot to make the playoffs and with only one divisional game left they can’t do much other than to win out their games and pray for outside help. Their next game is against the Bengals who are also fighting for a playoff spot themselves so beating them at home won’t be an easy task.
1/3/13: After losing to the Redskins in Washington 28-18 in the season's final week, the Cowboys finished at 8-8, missing the playoffs for the third straight season.