The Top-3 Most Intriguing Cowboys Games In 2014

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Dec 15, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) throws prior to the game against the Green Bay Packers at AT&T Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL released the 2014 schedules for all 32 teams and wow did the NFL want to screw over America’s Team in the first part of the season. Oh and if you love home games, you won’t like how the Cowboys end the season. Three out of the last four games are on the road and two of those games are division games. So after my strong look at the schedule, here are the top-three anticipated games that Cowboys fans will be dying to see.

Game 1: Season opener vs. San Francisco

This is one hell of a way to start the season for the Cowboys! A home game against a former rival, this game is going to be tough to get a win in. I mean they went to a Super Bowl and made three NFC championship appearances, they are pretty darn good. Yet with all the drama going on with the 49ers, I think this game could be much closer than people think. It is early in the year and the Cowboys don’t let us down usually near the start. Either way, it seems like it could be one hell of a matchup to start the year with.

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  • SmartThinking

    1. With the offensive firepower the 49′s possess, against the worst defense in the league, nothing about this game strikes me as a good omen for Dallas.

    2. Dallas plays Seattle in their arena. If memory serves, Seattle has lost just one game there in the last two years. Plus, those screaming, stomping fans continually try to test the Richtor Scale, no good thing for opposing QB’s to try calling plays in.

    3. The Eagles are defending NFC East champions. Dallas plays this team twice in three weeks. Definitely an interesting contest even though it comes late in the season when Dallas traditionally starts it’s El Foldo routine.

    • Earl Robertson

      San Fran is better at almost every pos then Dallas the only good thing is this is when Dallas will be the most healthy and it is at home

      2. Wish Dallas had a stadium and crowd like Seahawks

      3. Eagles doesn’t scare me

      But the NFL continues to screw over Dallas having to go on the road 3 times in Dec that is stupid