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Dubbed “America’s Team” for their immense global appeal and historic excellence, the Dallas Cowboys play in the world’s most technologically advanced stadium and, from year to year, under the brightest spotlight of any team in the NFL. Owned and managed by the cult of personality himself, Jerry Jones, the Cowboys and their gun-slinging field general Tony Romo are loaded with talent in all three phases of the game.
With five Super Bowl Championships in eight appearances, an astonishing 21 Hall of Famers and the most recognizable helmet in all of sports, attending a Cowboys game at Cowboys Stadium is a bucket-list worthy item.
Time to Step it Up in Big D
Facing off twice a year against two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning and his New York Giants, the fortified Washington Redskins and their young superstar RGIII and Michael Vick and the Philadelphia Eagles is no easy task, to be sure. Add to that schedule the aforementioned weight of expectations, the exacting standards of ownership and a glorious past that featured names like Aikman, Smith, Irvin, Staubach, Dorsett and Landry – the only thing that will satisfy Dallas Cowboys fans? A sixth Lombardi Trophy.
In 2013, Tony Romo has a massive new contract to live up to and with Miles Austin and Dez Bryant comprising one of the best WR tandems in the league and perennial star Jason Witten catching passes over the middle, he has everything he needs to bring the Cowboys back to the post-season.
On the defensive side of the ball, the legendary Monte Kiffin is in after a stint at USC following a phenomenal run with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. DeMarcus Ware and Anthony Spencer are among the best in the business and Kiffin’s patented scheme may be just what the doctor ordered in Dallas.
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