Tennessee Titans vs. Dallas Cowboys Recap
September 14, 2014
In what was a redeeming game for the Cowboys after last week's embarrassing performance, Dallas running back DeMarco Murray led the Cowboys to a big victory over the Tennessee Titans after he totaled up 167 yards, and 1 touchdown on 29 carries. Dallas quarterback Tony Romo had a decent performance, much better than last week's, as he threw for 176 yards and 1 touchdown.
The Titans struggles to put together any kind of offensive game, as their passing game was above average and their running game was virtually non existent. Titans QB Jake Locker threw for 234 yards and 1 touchdown, and that was about the only highlight for the Titans, as their offense was much of the reason for their double-digit loss.
Dallas Cowboys vs. San Francisco 49ers Recap
September 7, 2014
On Sunday, September 07, 2014 the San Francisco 49'rs played the Dallas Cowboys. The first quarter was good for the 49'rs with three touchdowns, one by Chris Culliver and two by Vernon Davis. The cowboys scored a meager 3 points with a field goal by Dan Bailey. In the second quarter San Francisco scored another touchdown by Carlos Hyde while the Cowboys were scoreless. The third quarter started off with the first touchdown for the Cowboys my DeMarco Murray and the 49'rs were kept scoreless. The game ended with another touchdown for the Cowboys Terence Wiliams and another scoreless quarter for the 49'rs. The 49'rs were able to keep their lead for the win.
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2014 Dallas Cowboys Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) Recap
August 29, 2014
How bout them Cowboys! Watch Tony Romo, DeMarcus Murray, and Dez Bryant lead your 2014 Dallas Cowboys back to the promised land and a sixth Super Bowl title. This season, the Cowboys welcome the San Francisco 49ers, New Orleans Saints, Arizona Cardinals, Indianapolis Colts, the in-state rivals Houston Texans and division rivals Eagles, Giants and Redskins to the best stadium in the NFL, AT&T Stadium. Join crowds larger than 100,000 people for each game and do not miss a second of Jerry Jones' Cowboys as they look to regain control of the NFC's East Division, there's no better place to watch a game.