The 2014 Dallas Cowboys schedule is available! The Dallas Cowboys will be playing the Washington Redskins, the Atlanta Falcons, and the Baltimore Ravens on their 2014 season. There is a bye week between Weeks 9 and 11 in Dallas and another game against the Jaguars in London. They will also travel to England and play the Eagles. After their bye week, the Cowboys will play Eli Manning and the New York Giants in MetLife Stadium.
Although the 2014 Dallas Cowboys schedule may not seem particularly daunting on paper, the team will be facing much more difficult opponents than its record. They will be playing rivals, NFC South champions, AFC North champions, Chicago Bears, and Houston Texans, among others. It will be difficult, but not impossible. After all, Dallas is the defending Super Bowl champion, so they have plenty of motivation to win the NFC East this year.
The Cowboys have not released their 2014 schedule as of this writing. The team finished 12-4 in 2013 and made the playoffs for the first time since 2009. They won eight of their last eight road games and were 6-0 overall. Their rushing season was a new record. DeMarco Murray ran for 1,261 yards with nine touchdowns. The Cowboys won a 24-20 overtime win against the Detroit Lions to advance to the NFC playoffs. The Cowboys lost a heartbreaker against the Green Bay Packers, but that was just the beginning of the postseason.
While the Dallas Cowboys aren’t going to win Super Bowl XLIX, they should be fine. The Cowboys’ schedule isn’t difficult, but it is difficult to predict their success. The Cowboys will play every NFC West and AFC South team, as well as the second-place finishers of the NFC North and NFC South. Despite their difficult division, the Cowboys still have a chance of winning the NFC West. Just make sure they can survive these tough games, and you’ll be just fine.
The Cowboys beat the Giants in NFC East last season, winning five of six games. The Cowboys are now at 8-3 and face the Eagles on Thanksgiving Day. DeMarco Murray ran for 121 yards but did not reach the end zone. Meanwhile, Odell Beckham Jr. recorded 10 catches for 146 yards and two touchdowns.
The 2014 season schedule for the Dallas Cowboys was released Wednesday by the Cowboys. The Cowboys will face four NFC teams, including three Super Bowl champions, and two NFC West team. The Dallas Cowboys will open the season against the San Francisco 49ers on Sept. 7 and play eight games in October. There’s no reason to panic! The 2014 Dallas Cowboys schedule isn’t a scary one, but it isn’t going to be easy either.