Cowboys fans have a lot to look forward to this November. There are five games coming up – four at home – and the matchups will be exciting. You’ll get to cheer on your team up close and in-person when you buy Dallas Cowboys tickets from Zero Nose Bleeds. Get the full experience at these November events:
The Kansas City Chiefs are leading the Dallas Cowboys by a razor-thin margin, which means anything can happen this November. As of mid-October, the Chiefs are leading the AFC with five consecutive wins. They had their first loss of the season on October 15th. Since 1970, the teams have met on the field ten times, with the Cowboys leading the series 6-4. Their last game was in 2013 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, MO.
The matchup between the Atlanta Falcons and the Dallas Cowboys could be a nail-biter. So far this season, the Falcons have a better record, but anything can happen when the two teams face each other on the field. Since their first game in 1966, the Falcons and Cowboys have played each other 26 times – two of which were post-season games. The Cowboys lead the series 16 – 10. Their last game was in 2015 at their home stadium. This year, the Falcons will host.
Right now, the Dallas Cowboys are leading the Philadelphia Eagles by just over one percent, but all signs point to another win. The two teams have met on the field 116 times since 1960, four of which were post-season games. The Cowboys lead the series 65 – 51, and their last game was in January 2017 at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA.
The Dallas Cowboys have a hefty lead over the Los Angeles Chargers, which means there is likely to be a Cowboys win this Thanksgiving. Enjoy your turkey a little earlier so you can make this afternoon game. You’ll have one more thing to be thankful for. The Cowboys and the Chargers have only played ten times since 1972, and the Cowboys are currently ahead in the series 6 – 4. Their last game was in 2013 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego, CA.
The Washington Redskins are lagging far behind the Dallas Cowboys this season, so all signs point to another win for the home team. Since 1960, the teams have play 114 times, which includes two post-season games. The Cowboys won 68 games in this series, and the teams tied twice. Most recently, the Cowboys and Redskins play on Thanksgiving Day 2016 at the AT&T Stadium.
Texas is known for going big in everything it does, and the team’s home stadium is no exception. All Cowboys home games take place at the AT&T Stadium, which features the largest retractable roof in the world. When the dome is closed, the venue becomes the largest enclosed NFL stadium in the country. Better still, there are no bad seats. You can see all of the action on the world’s largest HDTV. While the typical capacity is 80,000 fans, the facility can expand to accommodate up to 100,000 patrons.
The AT&T Stadium houses a collection of unique artwork. That – and the extraordinary architecture – makes it a popular destination for tourists. In addition to your game tickets, you can buy tickets to the daily tours of the facility’s art and architecture.
When game day arrives, there is plenty of parking – both in the stadium’s 15 numbered lots and the lettered lots outside the Texas Rangers Ballpark. Parking opens approximately five hours before game time, and tailgating is permitted in designated areas. Tailgating spots are first-come, first-serve, so make sure you get there early. The stadium entrances open approximately two hours before game time. Note that purses and bags are not permitted inside. If you need to bring items inside, use a clear tote bag.
Of course, you don’t have to wait for Game Day to have fun at the AT&T Stadium. The day before home games is Rally Day for the Dallas Cowboys. Get your tickets and join the excitement right on the field where teams will play. There are activities for all ages, including autographs with Dallas Cowboys Alumni and Cheerleaders, performances by the Dallas Cowboys Rhythm & Blues Dancers, games, face-painting, and inflatables. On the field, you can show off your skills. You can try to kick a field goal, and you can even get your picture taken with Rowdy, the team mascot. This November, Rally Days are scheduled on Saturday, November 4th and Saturday, November 18th.
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