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Dallas Cowboys tickets go on sale once the season schedule is announced. All ticket orders are guaranteed. See the Cowboys at home or on the road in 2022. Review each game listing on the page, and click the "Buy Tickets" button that corresponds to the game you want to attend. Our secure checkout and mobile ticket delivery make buying Cowboys seats a breeze.  

Dallas Cowboys 2021 Season Review

In 2021, the Dallas Cowboys completed the season with a 12-5 record. Out of the gate, the Cowboys were winning games with ease. Ezekiel Elliot was healthy, and Dak Prescott was an early favorite for MVP honors. He finished the season with 4449 passing yards, 37 touchdowns and just ten interceptions. At the start, the team went 6-1, losing to Tampa Bay in game one, and then took care of business against the next five opponents. From there, the team faltered a bit against the Raiders and Cardinals. They finished the regular season blowing out the Eagles 51-26 and were ready for the 49ers at home. Sadly, the team came up short and ran out of time in the fourth quarter. The team will spend the off season looking to fill in the gaps and produce a team that hopes to go deep into the 2022 playoffs.  

Cowboys 2018 Season Recap

The Dallas Cowboys had a solid season in 2018, finishing the year 10-6, winning the NFC East. On Wild Card weekend against the Seahawks, the Cowboys did something for just the third time since 1996. They won an NFL playoff game. The following week they quietly bowed out against the Los Angeles Rams. Still, it was something to build upon for 2019.

In free agency, the Cowboys used their cap space wisely, adding four players of note: Linebacker Christian Covington for one year, defensive end Kerry Hyder for one year, wide receiver Randall Cobb for one year, safety George Iloka for one year. They also traded a sixth-round draft choice to the Rams for defensive end Robert Quinn.

By the time the Jones’s were done wheeling and dealing, they finished the draft with eight selections. With their first selection, which was in round two, they added defensive tackle Trysten Hill from Central Florida. In round three they began rebuilding their offensive line, which not too long ago was the best in the business, with offensive guard Connor McGovern from Penn State. With their next selection, they added a backup for Ezekiel Elliot in running back Tony Pollard from Memphis. They took a pair of Hurricanes with their next two selections- cornerback Michael Jackson and defensive end Joe Jackson. They finished their draft with safety Donovan Wilson from Texas A&M, running back Mike Weber from Ohio State, and defensive end Jalen Jelks from Oregon. The Cowboys will always be hyped up by the media. The question is will they ever live up to that hype?

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