Well, if the summer season days are not hot enough in Dallas, there’s one element that’s guaranteed to make them warmer – Dallas Cowboys Football!!!
Earlier this year, the NFL introduced the schedule for the Cowboys and, at first glance, this year’s looks like to be the toughest to date. Not only are the Dallas Cowboys subjected to competing in the most difficult division in the NFL, they will have to face off with all of those matchups two times. The divisional schedule alone is great enough to make Jay Ratliff well up with tears yet the brutality of it all does not cease at that.
Over and above challenging their divisional opponents – the Washington Redskins, Philadelphia, and the NY “football” Giants – the Cowboys have improved the amount of competition when they host their Thanksgiving Day game, going head-to-head with the defending Super Bowl champ, the N.O. Saints.
Throw in an early-winter journey to Indy and a throw down with the Tennessee Titans and you’ve got yourself a circumstance designed to force you to play at a level much higher than the opposition – and to do this on a frequent basis.
In addition, the Cowboys were extended an early bye, in Week 4 before having to deal with a lengthy period which will put them up versus the Vikings, the squad that eliminated them from the playoffs last year (in a demoralizing manner at that), the Jags and the Green Bay Packers.
With 2009, the inaugural year of the brand new stadium behind them, the organization will need to rely more on technique and talent than the implied mojo of a cutting edge super-stadium in order to win football games and get to Super Bowl Xlv. Assuming they win and make it to the big game, they are going to be handsomely rewarded with a nice advantage as the upcoming year’s game is hosted at the Cowboys home stadium.
Whether or not they’re able to do that or not is to-be-determined.
For Cowboys fans that believe in the Cowboys, this season has the possibility to emerge as a year in which Dallas soars to the occasion – or, because of the strength of their schedule, it may be a very long year. For fans vacationing to the stadium, we would just encourage your family to take advantage of a Dallas Cowboys Travel Package and receive the complete Dallas Cowboys experience.
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