2014-2015 DALLAS COWBOYS SCHEDULE: NFL announces three London dates for 2014 season

NFL INTERNATIONAL SERIES - League doesn't anticipate London Super Bowl despite U.K. success - 2014-2015 Dallas Cowboys to play in London

LONDON — The NFL has announced the dates of its three regular-season games in London next year, with the Dallas Cowboys playing the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 10 on Nov. 9.

The first game will be played in Week 4 on Sept. 28, with the Oakland Raiders facing the Miami Dolphins.

A month later, in Week 8, the Atlanta Falcons will play the Detroit Lions on Oct. 26.

All the games will be played at Wembley Stadium.

The teams and matchups had been previously announced. The Raiders, Falcons and Jaguars are the designated home teams.

The NFL has been playing regular-season games at Wembley since 2007.

There were two games in London this year, with Minnesota beating Pittsburgh 34-27 on Sept. 29 and San Francisco defeating Jacksonville 42-10 on Oct. 27.

UPDATE APRIL 9, 2014: The NFL released this year’s preseason schedule, with many specific dates still to be determined. None of the Cowboys’ preseason games this year are scheduled to be nationally televised.

Dallas Cowboys Preseason Schedule

Week 1: @ San Diego Chargers

Week 2: vs. Baltimore Ravens

Week 3: @ Miami Dolphins

Aug. 28: vs. Denver Broncos

Stay up-to-date with the latest Dallas Cowboys schedules and calendars on the page below … 

NFL Dallas Cowboys 2014 2015 schedules - 2014 2015 Dallas Cowboys schedule 2014 2015

NFL Dallas Cowboys 2014 2015 schedules – 2014 2015 Dallas Cowboys schedule 2014 2015

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2 responses

  1. Is it just me, or are league officials the only ones who care about scheduling these overseas games?

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    1. I don’t think it’s one sided at all. I can speak for TBAB (The Boys Are Back) interest in the Dallas Cowboys and NFL based on website stats from our visitors world-wide. There are a growing percentage of hits coming in from all across Europe. TBAB gets visitors from well over 150 nations around the world. The UK alone is currently ranked #4, but the European countries combined have surpassed Canada and Mexico for the #2 spot on TBAB. There is definitely interest in the NFL overseas … the biggest obstacles are logistical … and associated fatigue.

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