Fresh off their first playoff appearance since 2009, the Dallas Cowboys enter the 2015 NFL season looking to reclaim the NFC East title and make an ever-elusive deep postseason push.
In a battle of the NFC East, the Dallas Cowboys welcome the struggling New York Giants to AT&T Stadium this Sunday. The Giants suffered a dismal blow from the Eagles in Philadelphia last week, losing both the game and wide receiver Victor Cruz for the season.
While the Texans have mirrored the Cowboys’ 3-1 record heading into Week 5, the much anticipated Governor’s Cup this weekend will serve as the most expensive remaining home game at AT&T Stadium this season.
The Cowboys have finished each of the last three seasons with an 8-8 record, serving as just the third team to do so in the NFL’s 94-year history.
Dallas will kick off the 2014 NFL season at home against the San Francisco 49ers for a late afternoon Sunday start time. Dallas Cowboys tickets against the 49ers have an average price of $437.22, more expensive compared to their regular home season average of $322.28.
A clerical error is blamed for two Texas Lottery game winners not getting 2011 season tickets to the Dallas Cowboys.