Cowboys Back in Playoffs for First Time Since 2009


The Dallas Cowboys are back in the NFL playoffs for the first time since 2009 after defeating the Colts at home on Sunday, 42-7.

During the game, current Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo passed Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman to become the franchise’s all-time passing leader.

The Cowboys (11-4) not only clinched a playoff spot over the weekend, but they also won the NFC East.

This comes after Washington defeated the Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday, opening the door for Dallas to seal a division title with a win over the Colts.

This means that AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX will be the host of at least one playoff game in January.

Depending on the Cowboys seeding after Week 17, the team could receive more than one home game.

The Cowboys are still able to receive a first round bye in the playoffs. However, Dallas needs to win against Washington and the Seahawks would need to lose against the Rams.

If the Cowboys are able to defeat Washington this weekend, they would finish the season with a perfect road record of 8-0.

We will post playoff scheduling and times when they become available after Week 17. In the meantime, you can check out AT&T Stadium’s website for more information.