Dallas, TX (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
It’s Week 11 in the NFL, otherwise known as “crunch time” for many of the league’s lagging squads. At 4-5, the Dallas Cowboys are still alive in the NFC East, but they may need to win the next five or six games in order to secure a wild-card playoff berth.
Fortunately, the team will play five of their next six games at home, starting Sunday against the Cleveland Browns. Hopefully, the team’s 2012 average home game attendance of 88,710 fans, the highest in the league, will help make a difference for Dallas.
“Cowboys Stadium officially holds 80,000 fans, but so far this year, an average of almost 89,000 fans have attended each of the last three home games. This gives the team a home attendance percentage of 110.9, also the highest in the league. And, now with their season on the line, fans are turning out in droves to support their team,” said Felina Martinez at online ticket marketplace BuyAnySeat.com. “Although many of the games are officially sold out, we’re proud to be able to offer fans a great selection of discount Dallas Cowboys tickets, with a worry-free guarantee to protect their purchase,” said Martinez.
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Founded in 1960 and owned by Jerry Jones, the Cowboys have made it to the Super Bowl eight times and lead the league in appearances in a tie with the Pittsburg Steelers. The Cowboys have won the championship five times, most recently stopping the Steelers 27-17 in 1996, although the Steelers have won six of their championship games for a higher winning percentage.
Last Sunday, QB Tony Romo threw two touchdown passes to keep Dallas even through three quarters. Then the Cowboys used scores by their defense and special teams to win 38-23 and bring some life back into their season and the NFC East race.
The Cowboys are now second in the NFC East, 1 1/2 games behind the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants, who lost to Cincinnati. The win, and a less rigorous upcoming schedule, could help bring the Cowboys back into the thick of the division race.
The expectations and pressure are always high in Dallas. But with a league-leading 88,701 screaming fans in their corner, Dallas could get lucky. Some of their rivals may suffer upsets. They could go on a winning streak, and they could pull off a wild-card playoff berth. And from there, anything’s possible, especially when you have so many fanatical fans behind you.
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