No. The Cowboys and the other teams in the NFC East will play the teams of the AFC East in 2011. The Cowboys and the Steelers are likely to play at Cowboys Stadium during the 2012 season.
No. The Dolphins play the Cowboys based on the NFL's present (post-2002) scheduling rotation of inter-conference (AFC vs. NFC) games. The NFC East (Dallas Cowboys) play the AFC East (Dolphins) every four years - they played in 2003 and again in 2007. The Dolphins will play the Cowboys again (barring an appearance in Superbowl 45) in 2011.
The Cowboys are in the NFC East.
no they are a NFC team
true the cowboys play oct.23 2011
The Cowboys failed to make the 2011 playoffs.
No not until the AFC championship game.
NFC north according to ESPN.
Yes, the teams rotate interconference play based on divisions. For instance, the NFC East teams play the AFC South teams in 2010. In 2011, the NFC East will play the AFC East.
They play the NFC East and AFC North in 2011.
Unless the two teams are headed for a postseason showdown in Super Bowl XLVI, they won't play each other during the 2011 season. They aren't likely to meet again in a game that counts until 2013, when the teams of the NFC East will play the teams of the AFC West.
AFC East divisional foes the Patriots, Jets, Bills, and Colts The Steelers and Oilers in the AFC Central The Chargers and Raiders in the AFC West The Cowboys, Cardinals, Redskins, and Eagles in the NFC East.