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2013 Dallas Cowboys Football Schedule NFL Preview-Prediction
2013 Dallas Cowboys Football Schedule-Monday Night Football-Sunday Night Football-Thanksgiving Day Football
2013 Dallas Cowboys Football Schedule
The Dallas Cowboys 2013 regular season football schedule will have the Cowboys opening and closing the NFL season with home games against NFC East division rivals. The bye week will be in week 11. The schedule has the Cowboys playing four of the first six games at home. The Cowboys will try to get off to a fast start to begin the 2013 football season.
The Dallas Cowboys will have the six NFC East divisional games and will face the AFC West teams Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers as their inter-conference opponents. The Cowboys will face the NFC North teams; Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, Detroit Lions and Minnesota Vikings as well as the New Orleans Saints and Saint Louis Rams to complete the NFL 2013 schedule.
The Dallas Cowboys will also have 4 Prime Time TV football games. The Cowboys will have a scheduled game on Monday Night Football, three games on Sunday Night Football and Thanksgiving Day. The Cowboys open their 2013 NFL football season on Sunday Night football game against the New York Giants at Cowboy Stadium.
Thanksgiving Day football will have the Oakland Raiders at Dallas for this holiday TV game day line-up. The Cowboys defeated the Raiders 24-7 four years ago in the Thanksgiving Day game..
Monday Sunday Night Football Schedule
Sunday Night Football
Week 1 Sep 08 7:30 pm NBC
New York Giants
Week 6 Oct. 13 7:30 pm NBC
Week 10 Nov 10 7:30 pm NBC
at New Orleans Saints
Monday Night Football
Week 14 Dec 09 7:40 pm ESPN
at Chicago Bears
2013 Monday Night Football Schedule-Sunday Night Football Schedule
The Dallas Cowboys will be featured in four Prime Time TV football games. The Cowboys will open the NFL Football Season facing division rival New York Giants, on September 8th, 2013 at 7:30 p.m. central time, at Cowboy Stadium in the Sunday Night Football game schedule on NBC.
The Dallas Cowboys will host the Washington Redskins in Week 6, October 13th and travel to the New Orleans Saints in Week 10 on November 10th for two more Sunday Night Football games.
The Cowboys will be featured in one Monday Night football scheduled game at Chicago to face the Bears. The Cowboys visit the Bears in Week 14, December 9th, in the 7:40 pm game on ESPN.
2013 Dallas Cowboys Football Schedule-TV-Game Times
NFL Regular Season Schedule
Week 1 Sep 08 7:30 pm NBC NY Giants (Sunday Night Football)
Week 2 Sep 15 12:00 pm FOX at Kansas City
Week 3 Sep 22 12:00 pm FOX St Louis Rams
Week 4 Sep 29 3:25 pm FOX at San Diego Chargers
Week 5 Oct. 06 3:25 pm CBS Denver Broncos
Week 6 Oct. 13 7:30 pm NBC Washington Redskins (Sunday Night Football)
Week 7 Oct 20 12:00 pm FOX at Philadelphia Eagles
Week 8 Oct 27 12:00 pm FOX at Detroit Lions
Week 9 Nov 03 12:00 pm FOX Minnesota Vikings
Week 10 Nov 10 7:30 pm NBC at New Orleans Saints (Sunday Night Football)
Week 11 Nov 17 -BYE Week-
Week 12 Nov 24 3:25 pm FOX at NY Giants
Week 13 Nov 28 3:30 pm CBS Oakland Raiders (Thanksgiving Day)
Week 14 Dec 09 7:40 pm ESPN at Chicago Bears (Monday Night Football)
Week 15 Dec 15 3:25 pm FOX Green Bay Packers
Week 16 Dec 22 12:00 pm FOX at Washington Redskins
Week 17 Dec 29 12:00 pm FOX Philadelphia Eagles
Thursday Football Schedule-Thanksgiving Day Football
Week 13 Nov 28 3:30 pm CBS Oakland Raiders (Thanksgiving Day)
Dallas Cowboys Offense 2013
2013 Dallas Cowboys Preview Pre-Draft
Tony Romo has been signed to a long-term contract. Romo has to now deliver and show he is worth the money. Dez Bryant had a break-out second half of the 2012 season and could have an even bigger season this year with the schedule.
The running game is still a weakness, even with DeMarco Murray. He still has not made it through a 16 game schedule. The Cowboys need to add a power runner through the NFL draft to split time with Murray in an attempt to keep him healthy.
The receiver position is solid with Dez Bryant, Miles Austin and Jason Witten. Dewayne Harris looks ready to make a claim as the third receiver.
The offensive line is the number one need for the Cowboys. The line must be able to protect Tony Romo and open holes for the running game. The Cowboys were not active in the free agency period and should use the draft and make a trade for players for the offensive line.
The defense will go through an overhaul with Monte Kiffin as the new defensive coach. The Cowboys still need more pass rushing ability from the outside. More depth in the secondary could help against opponents deep passing threat.
Dallas Cowboys Keys to Success
1. Offensive Line- use the Draft and/or make a trade.
2. Running Game- draft a power runner or break away runner in the draft. Give Murray back-up and split the carries to lighten his load and maybe he will make it through the season.
3. Play Caller- Jason Garrett needs to coach the team instead of trying to call plays at the same time.
4. Game Time Discipline- keep the players focused on the game during the game. If a player is not playing well, bench him and insert another player who wants to play.
NFC East Conference
Dallas Cowboys in the NFC EAST
Where will the Dallas Cowboys place in the NFC East Division
NFC East Prediction Standings 2013
The 2013 NFC East Division race could be a battle with all four teams this season. The New York Giants will try to regain the East title after missing the NFL playoffs last season. The Washington Redskins are on the verge of taking control of the division if Robert Griffin III (RG3) can return from his leg injury healthy.
The Dallas Cowboys have rebuilt their coaching staff around Jason Garrett and signed Tony Romo to a long-term contract. Dez Bryant finally lived up to expectation in the final half of the season. The Philadelphia Eagles have a new head coach, Chip Kelley, who will bring his fast-break style of offense into the NFL.
The NFL Draft should bring in some new talent to upgrade each team where needed. It is still early, but here are the pre-draft NFC East division prediction for the 2013 NFL football season. Predictions could change after the draft and potential trades before the season begins.
1. New York Giants
2. Washington Redskins
3. Dallas Cowboys
4. Philadelphia Eagles
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