The Cowboys enjoyed a full season from quarterback Dak Prescott and won the NFC East fairly easily. A playoff disappointment to San Francisco notwithstanding, Dallas feels poised for more good things in 2022. Despite losing wide receiver Amari Cooper, Prescott feels confident with CeeDee Lamb taking over the top spot, tight end Dalton Schultz is emerging as a solid threat, and the two-headed running game of Ezekiel Elliott and Tony Pollard also returns. Travon Diggs tied a franchise record with 11 interceptions last year, and he said his goal this season is to become a shutdown corner in the league.
In addition to the usual NFC East opponents, Tom Brady and the Buccaneers and the defending AFC champion Cincinnati Bengals will be coming to AT&T Stadium this season. And check out “Jerry World” in style with premium club seating or a luxury suite. Club seating gives you... MORE