Dallas Cowboys tough schedule

Well the Dallas Cowboys schedule is out. The Boys will open the season at home in prime time against the New York Giants again. It seems like they open against the Giants every year and the guys from blue have the Cowboys number. The Giants swept the season series last season. According to Football Outsiders the Cowboys have the toughest schedule in the league. (Get this the Cowboys have not had back to back ten win seasons since ’95-’96.) After that the ‘Boys hit the road for games against the Denver Broncos Sunday September 17th and Arizona Cardinals in prime time Monday September 25th. Dallas returns home to take The Rams and Packers before taking a week 6 bye. October 22nd & 29th will find the Cowboys on the road playing The 49ers and Redskins respectively. November 5th Dallas is at Jerry World to play the Kansas City Chiefs. The following week the Cowboys visit the Atlanta Falcons. Then there’s a three game stint at home with The Cowboys playing a late one against the Philadelphia Eagles, the Chargers on Thanksgiving Day and the Redskins a week later at 7:30. The Cowboys will wrap up the season with 3 road games in December. The Giants on the 10th and the Raiders on Sunday night the next week. The Seattle Seahawks at home on Christmas eve at 3:30. The Cowboys will close the season with a nooner on New Year’s eve against the Eagles. Here’s to Dak and Zeke avoiding a sophomore slump. Go Cowboys go.

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