The Cowboys are America’s Team
The Dallas Cowboys have to be one of the most bittersweet teams in the entire national football league. Their fan base is either with them fully through the ups and the downs, or against them thoroughly through the ups and mostly the downs. Winning the Super Bowl an impressive 5 times, the most recent one came in 1995, this Dallas Cowboys team have been struggling ever since to make it back to the top. Yet, everyone is still seeking out Dallas Cowboys tickets for sale online at outrageous prices!
In an article from Forbes Magazine, dated back to September 5, 2012, it suggests the Cowboys are the highest valued sports franchise in the history of the United States. Furthermore, they are only second in the entire world behind Manchester United of the English Premier Football (Soccer) League. Surely this will make them the wealthiest team in the national football league generating roughly $270 million in annual revenue.
Owner and General Manager Jerry Jones loves being the decision maker for the Dallas Cowboys and hopes to soon bring back another Super Bowl trophy to the city patiently waiting after more than 10 years. Quarterback of the team Tony Romo has been getting heavily scrutinized for not being able to lead his team to the playoffs since 2009 and Jerry Jones still believed in giving him a pay raise which made a lot of people upset. To further the love people specifically have for the Cowboys, the same is equally true for Skins fans, as they love to buy Redskins tickets to the infamous match-up twice each season.
Following this further, Mr. Jones stripped Coach Jason Garrett of his play-calling duties and hired a 73 year old defensive coordinator, Monte Kiffin, who has not coached at the professional level since 2008. This move made by Mr. Jones has many thinking the desperation for wins has finally set in. The only hope they have left is last year’s Most Improved Player of the Year in Dez Bryant. If the Dallas Cowboys want any kind of genuine success, many suggest Tony Romo throw the ball to Dez Bryant every possession.