Dallas Cowboys 2016 Season

Dallas Cowboys 2016 Season

Dallas Cowboys Season Results:

Record            :                       13–3

Division place:            1st NFC East

Playoff finish:             Lost Divisional Playoffs (Packers) 34–31

Pro Bowlers:   RB Ezekiel Elliott, C Travis Frederick, G Zack Martin, LB Sean Lee, QB Dak Prescott,,OT Tyron Smith,WR Dez Bryant,

AP All-Pros: RB Ezekiel Elliott (1st team), LT Tyron Smith (1st team), RG Zack Martin (1st team), C Travis Frederick (1st team), LB Sean Lee (1st team)

 

Dallas Cowboys Season Review:

The Dallas Cowboys 2016 season was one that saw the team do things differently.  Instead of coming in with huge optimism the team and the fans came into the season thinking that we would see a repeat of 2015.  Tony Romo went down in the pre-season to a broken back and the Cowboys were starting the season with a Rookie quarterback and a Rookie running back.

We all could not believe our eyes when from the first offensive drive of the season all Dallas Cowboys fans could now quote and live Star Wars Episode IV “A New Hope” Rookie players Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott kept feeding us this hope by leading the Cowboys to an 13-3 season and both of the rookies being name to the Pro Bowl.

Add to all this marvelous seasons from Veteran players such as Linebacker Sean Lee, wide receiver Dez Bryant and the future hall of famer Tight End Jason Witten and we can all see why this was a great season.  However, let’s not forget place kicker Dan Bailey and the best offensive line in football and one can see why the future is bright in Jerry’s World.

 

Dallas Cowboys Highlights:

  • Cowboys draft in the first round RB Ezekiel Elliott of Ohio State who wins the rushing Title and makes the Pro Bowl
  • Cowboys also draft in the fourth round QB Dak Prescott of Mississippi State who leads the Cowboys to a 13-3 season
  • Tony Romo is replaced as starting QB of the Dallas Cowboys
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In the 2016 NFL season, Dallas Cowboys Fans relived the glory days of the 1990s with the original Cowboys Triplets of #22 Emmitt Smith, #8 Troy Aikman and #88 Michael Irvin who led the cowboys to 3 Super Bowls in 4 NFL seasons

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The new Triplets of the Dallas Cowboys #4 Dak Prescott, #21 Ezekiel Elliott and #88 Dez Bryant has renewed hope that America’s Team glory days are back.

Dallas Cowboys Preseason schedule

Week Date Opponent Result Record Game site
1 13-Aug at Los Angeles Rams L 24–28 0–1 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum
2 19-Aug Miami Dolphins W 41–14 1–1 AT&T Stadium
3 25-Aug at Seattle Seahawks L 17–27 1–2 CenturyLink Field
4 1-Sep Houston Texans L 17–28 1–3 AT&T Stadium

Dallas Cowboys Season Schedule:

Week Date Opponent Result Record Game site
1 11-Sep New York Giants L 19–20 0–1 AT&T Stadium
2 18-Sep at Washington Redskins W 27–23 1–1 FedEx Field
3 25-Sep Chicago Bears W 31–17 2–1 AT&T Stadium
4 2-Oct at San Francisco 49ers W 24–17 3–1 Levi’s Stadium
5 9-Oct Cincinnati Bengals W 28–14 4–1 AT&T Stadium
6 16-Oct at Green Bay Packers W 30–16 5–1 Lambeau Field
7     Bye    
8 30-Oct Philadelphia Eagles W 29–23 (OT) 6–1 AT&T Stadium
9 6-Nov at Cleveland Browns W 35–10 7–1 FirstEnergy Stadium
10 13-Nov at Pittsburgh Steelers W 35–30 8–1 Heinz Field
11 20-Nov Baltimore Ravens W 27–17 9–1 AT&T Stadium
12 24-Nov Washington Redskins W 31–26 10–1 AT&T Stadium
13 1-Dec at Minnesota Vikings W 17–15 11–1 U.S. Bank Stadium
14 11-Dec at New York Giants L 7–10 11–2 MetLife Stadium
15 18-Dec Tampa Bay Buccaneers W 26–20 12–2 AT&T Stadium
16 26-Dec Detroit Lions W 42–21 13–2 AT&T Stadium
17 1-Jan at Philadelphia Eagles L 13–27 13–3 Lincoln Financial Field

Dallas Cowboys Playoffs:

Playoff round Date Opponent (seed) Result Record Game site
Wild Card   First-round bye      
Divisional 15-Jan-17 Green Bay Packers (4) L 31–34 0–1 AT&T Stadium

The 2016 NFL Standings:

AFC East W L T % PF PA
New England Patriots 14 2 0 0.875 441 250
Miami Dolphins 10 6 0 0.625 363 380
Buffalo Bills 7 9 0 0.438 399 378
New York Jets 5 11 0 0.313 275 409
             
AFC North W L T % PF PA
Pittsburgh Steelers 11 5 0 0.688 399 327
Baltimore Ravens 8 8 0 0.5 343 321
Cincinnati Bengals 6 9 1 0.406 325 315
Cleveland Browns 1 15 0 0.063 264 452
             
AFC South W L T % PF PA
Houston Texans 9 7 0 0.563 279 328
Tennessee Titans 9 7 0 0.563 381 378
Indianapolis Colts 8 8 0 0.5 411 392
Jacksonville Jaguars 3 13 0 0.188 318 400
             
AFC West W L T % PF PA
Kansas City Chiefs 12 4 0 0.75 389 311
Oakland Raiders 12 4 0 0.75 416 385
Denver Broncos 9 7 0 0.563 333 297
San Diego Chargers 5 11 0 0.313 410 423
             
NFC East W L T % PF PA
Dallas Cowboys 13 3 0 0.813 421 306
New York Giants 11 5 0 0.688 310 284
Washington Redskins 8 7 1 0.531 396 383
Philadelphia Eagles 7 9 0 0.438 367 331
             
NFC North W L T % PF PA
Green Bay Packers 10 6 0 0.625 432 388
Detroit Lions 9 7 0 0.563 346 358
Minnesota Vikings 8 8 0 0.5 327 307
Chicago Bears 3 13 0 0.188 279 399
             
NFC South W L T % PF PA
Atlanta Falcons 11 5 0 0.688 540 406
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 9 7 0 0.563 354 369
New Orleans Saints 7 9 0 0.438 469 454
Carolina Panthers 6 10 0 0.375 369 402
             
NFC West W L T % PF PA
Seattle Seahawks 10 5 1 0.656 354 292
Arizona Cardinals 7 8 1 0.469 418 362
Los Angeles Rams 4 12 0 0.25 224 394
San Francisco 49ers 2 14 0 0.125 309 480

NFL Postseason

Wild Card Playoffs

Green Bay Packers 38, New York Giants 13

Houston Texans 27, Oakland Raiders 14

Pittsburgh Steelers 30, Miami Dolphins 12

Seattle Seahawks 26, Detroit Lions 6

Divisional Playoffs

Atlanta Falcons 36, Seattle Seahawks 20

Green Bay Packers 34, Dallas Cowboys 31

New England Patriots 34, Houston Texans 16

Pittsburgh Steelers 18, Kansas City Chiefs 16

Conference Championship

Atlanta Falcons 44, Green Bay Packers 21 — Box Score

New England Patriots 36, Pittsburgh Steelers 17

Super Bowl L (50)

Atlanta Falcons vs. New England Patriots at Houston, TX

 

Note: Super Bowl LI (51) played at NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas

 

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