Jul 272014


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SilverAndBlueBlood is entering its sixth full season of Dallas Cowboys coverage. We have been telling it like it—or how we see it—since 2009. This is the first time in our storied franchise that we have been able to offer you a chance to see the ‘Boys in action.

If you are a Blue Blood and you have not yet made the trek to Football Mecca (aka Jerry World, aka AT&T Stadium), you have to make that pilgrimage at least once. Why not this year? With the Cowboys coming off three consecutive 8-8 seasons, each of which ended with an opportunity at postseason play in the final week, with the old DeMarcus gone and the new DeMarcus in, with the always-intense Marinelli coaching up a defense with something to prove, with Dez Bryant on the cusp of becoming one of the truly elite receivers in the NFL, with Romo coming off back surgery and promising the best from him is still to come, and with Jerry Jones antsy to prove he can build a winner without the aid of a coaching legend like Jimmy Johnson or Bill Parcells, 2014 promises to be one of those watershed seasons.

So, get out and see your Dallas Cowboys. Even if you live in enemy territory, we got you covered. Home or away, we are ready to hook you up with the best tickets at the best prices.

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Gene Strother (414 Posts)

Gene has been an avid Dallas Cowboys fan for nearly five decades, which amounts to just about his entire life. The only time he was not a Cowboys fan was that brief period at the beginning of his life, when he didn't have all his baby teeth and could not yet say "Cowboys." As soon as quit slobbering, he started hollering, "Go Cowboys!"

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