The schedule for the 2014-2015 NFL season was released by the NFL. The Dallas Cowboys are included in the schedule. The schedule features rematches with the Super Bowl runner-up Seattle Seahawks, the Green Bay Packers, and the divisional-round losers from the 2015 postseason. Of course, the Cowboys are also set to welcome the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots to Arlington on Oct. 11.
Although the Cowboys lost one game at CenturyLink Field, they won three consecutive games in Texas. The schedule can change dramatically in a year. The Cowboys could play the Packers in February or October depending on how long it takes. Fans will be familiar with the 2014 Dallas Cowboys schedule. Here’s what you can expect. This year’s Cowboys home schedule is difficult, but they’ll still play in Texas.
The Cowboys will face the Packers in two games in the first half of the season, with the Packers at home in a battle of divisional rivals. In the second half of the season, the Cowboys will play at home against the Jets, who are a perennial contender. The Cowboys have been concerned about the Jets’ secondary in recent years. However, they will be playing for their first playoff bye for four years.
The Cowboys have won two of their three previous home games and will travel to Philadelphia to face the Eagles on December 14. The Eagles beat the Cowboys by 10 points on Thanksgiving, but the Dallas Cowboys have a huge advantage over the NFC East. The winner will be the Cowboys that beat the Eagles. And if they lose that game, they’ll face Chicago in a game where the Bears beat them 38-27.
The Cowboys will play games against the Atlanta Falcons, their division rivals, in addition to the 2014 and 2015 Dallas Cowboys schedules. This is an opportunity for the Cowboys to face their former team and give fans a glimpse of their next season in the NFL. The Cowboys lost 19-13 to the Falcons when they last faced them in November 2012. The Cowboys schedule is worth looking at, even though it is a long road trip for any team.
After an impressive regular season, the Cowboys were able to finally reach the playoffs. Their first game in the Wild Card Round was against the Detroit Lions, and they lost their only game to the Green Bay Packers in the Divisional Round. The Cowboys finished their regular season with a +115 points differential. That was enough to qualify them for the playoffs, and the Cowboys went 4-1 against NFC East teams.
Another game on the Cowboys schedule will be the Bills on Saturday night. These new additions to the Bills’ offense will surely make their presence felt in the NFC, and the Cowboys will have their hands full. They’ll have exciting matchups with their divisional rivals, in addition to a new quarterback. A game between the two teams will make the Cowboys’ 2014 and 2015 schedule an exciting one.