NFL Releases Full Dallas Cowboys Schedule 2023


Six primetime slots announce the schedule, birth at MetLife Stadium with a Sunday Night Football matchup instead of the New York Giants to open the season.
A tough early stretch will strike in October, dawn with Bill Belichick coming into AT&T Stadium in search of his third succeeding road win with the Patriots atop the Cowboys before back-to-back west coast games as opposed to 49ers the San Francisco and the Los Angeles Chargers with their new-glance offence under former Cowboys insulting adviser Kellen Moore.
A chance to generate some late-season momentum will occur when the Cowboys give four out of five pastimes at AT&T Stadium, from week 10 to week 14, which guide right into a deep three-game stretch of providing the Philadelphia Eagles at home ahead going on the road to dial the Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins in back-to-back weeks.

Dates, Opponents, and Game Highlights

For all the hoopla neighbouring the Cowboys in 2023, they complete 12-5 and second in the NFC East, supporting the eventual NFC champion Eagles. The Cowboys roll their regular-season success into a playoff win, their first since 2018.
Still, for how good the defence was — and how publicized the ‘Boys tend to be — it was another sour end for Jerrah’s boys, losing to the 49ers in the divisional round.
This year, the Cowboys will again run back their top-tier defence, including two-time first-team All-Pro Micah Parsons. The Cowboy’s defence completed third in the NFL in sacks (54), behind both NFL groups that made the Super Bowl: the Eagles (70) and Chiefs (55).
While the defence is essentially the same, the offence will look new. Now without Ezekiel Elliott and compact end Dalton Schultz and with broad recipient Brandin Cooks, the heat is on head coach Mike McCarthy to once more get the pieces to mesh — and to get the Cowboys to the playoffs, this time with a contented ending.

Who Will They Face in the Upcoming Season?

If the Cowboys want to construct the playoffs again, they’ll have to stroll a problematic path. Their 0.549 power of schedule (based on opponents’ 2022 finishes) is bound for third in the NFL. Coincidentally, that number is also connected with the Giants, while the Eagles have the most demanding schedule in the alliance this year.
Toughest tests: The Cowboys strike the road to face five possible
Super Bowl contenders: the Eagles, Bills, Chargers, Dolphins and 49ers, all in their buildings, which is a brutal run of opponents to play on the road.
Most significant breaks: It’s okay for Dallas outside Jerry World. The Cowboys have a pair of pastimes on the road that could be won. They face the Panthers and No. 1 pick Bryce Young in Carolina and the Cardinals in Arizona, with Kyler Murray’s status likely questionable when they play.

As you can see, the Cowboys start their season on Sunday Night Football which marks the fourth year they have created a crusade on primetime (2021 was the season opener, though). Incidentally, the last time that Dallas began a season not on heyday was against the New York Giants, their Week 1 rival this year, back in 2019.

A Roadmap to Super Bowl LVI?

It is hardly unusual to have Cowboys/Giants open the season on SNF as it was an almost heritage for the league; however, this is the first time since 2017 that the two will encounter in that specific slot, and only the second time in their long-standing run in case one another that the gathering will take place at MetLife Stadium. The last time was in 2012 when the Giants unveiled their Super Bowl XLVI banner, although that game did not occur on a Sunday. Incidentally, it appears on a Wednesday of all days.

Dallas will begin the season in Sinatra style, though, as they will go from New York to New York and give the Jets right after they overtake the Giants. That is correct; the home opener will be against Aaron Rodgers in the building he has never lost in. Good times.
The Cowboys will relax on a Sunday night again in Week 5 when they overtake the San Francisco 49ers and will also be back on NBC when they give the Eagles in Week 14.
You can also discern that three of the last four games are on the road for the Cowboys, with a Saturday home game instead of the Detroit Lions stuck in between.

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