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Calling AT&T stadium home, the Dallas Cowboys are a well know NFL franchise. Nicknamed , “The ‘boys,” these Texan athletes have been a franchise for over 56 years. In their history, they have won the Super Bowl five times. Yet, the most recent win was in 1995, over 20 years ago. Will this be the season that the Cowboys break their drought? Valued at $4 billion dollars, the Cowboys claim to be the most valuable sports franchise in the world.

Dallas Cowboys Next Game

The widget below shows the Cowboys’ next game. Included are the betting lines and odds for the game. This is a great tool for betters to make informed decisions. 

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Here is the Dallas Cowboys’  calendar. This shows their past games, scores, and the odds associated with that game as well as future games. This widget provides context and useful data for betters because it shows the team’s results over time.

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Dallas Cowboys Standings

Bellow are the Cowboys’  current standings. This chart shows the team's performance compared to all the teams in the league and shows the Dallas Cowboys’  performance in the conference and division. 

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Throughout the franchise’s history, the Cowboys have won five Super Bowls, the most recent of which was in 1995. They have also won ten Conference Championships, the most recent of which was also in 1995. The have won twenty two Division Championships, the most recent of which was in 2014. In their 56 years as a franchise the Dallas Cowboys have been in the playoffs 31 times. The most recent time they made it into the playoffs was in 2014. In the last five years, the Dallas Cowboys have been in the playoffs once.

One of the strengths of the Dallas Cowboys is the Romo- Bryant combo. As a quarterback, Tony Romo is consistently good. Though he may falter, and sometimes not perform well, overall, he’s a positive asset to the Cowboys. When you couple Romo with wide receiver Desmond  Bryant, magic happens.

One of the Cowboys’ weaknesses is their performance in the last season. Specifically, the Cowboys finished 29th in the league, 16th in the NFC, and last in the NFC East Division. They won four games last season and lost 12. This gives them a .250 win percentage. Moreover, they only scored 275 points last season. Yet, they allowed 374 points against to be scored. This gives them a -99 points score.