The Dallas Cowboys Take on the New York Giants to Open the 2013 Season
The NFL regular season is finally upon us as last nights Denver Broncos Baltimore Ravens game got the year underway. The rest of the league starts their season this weekend and that includes the Dallas Cowboys.
They will kick off the 2013 season in the newly named AT&T stadium against divisional foe the New York Giants. Tony Romo (Pictured on the Right) will look to duplicate his performance in last year’s opener as he was 22 for 29 with over 300 yards through the air and 3 passing touchdowns in the 24-17 victory over the Giants. He will need to do much of the same if they want to win this game.
The new coordinators also have a lot to prove this year. Bill Callahan will come in relieving head coach Jason Garrett of the play calling duties and on the defensive end Monty Kiffen comes in to try and fix the woes that plagued this team on that side of the ball. He is replacing Rob Ryan who was fired following the conclusion of the 2012 season. Ryan is now the defensive coordinator for the New Orleans Saints.
Kickoff for Sunday’s game is set for 7:30 pm from Dallas and can be seen on NBC.