Martin Sweeney of Dallas thinks the Dallas Cowboys can turn things around in 2014
Online PR News – 26-July-2014 – Dallas, TX – Martin Sweeney of Dallas is hoping the coming National Football League season will be the one where the Dallas Cowboys finally turn things around.
Martin Sweeney of Dallas is an attorney who has been practicing law for more than thirty years. He began as a prosecutor in Ohio, but has been a civil litigator in Texas since the mid-1980s. Since making the relocation, Martin Sweeney of Dallas has been following the ups and downs of the area's many sports teams. He is most passionate about the Dallas Cowboys, the Dallas Mavericks and the Texas Rangers.
Like all Cowboy fans, Martin Sweeney of Dallas has suffered through years of disappointment. "The Dallas Cowboys have not had playoff success in fifteen years," he laments. The Cowboys just missed making the post-season in 2013 when they lost to the Philadelphia Eagles on the last day of the regular season. But with the new National Football League season drawing near, Cowboy fans like Martin Sweeney of Dallas are once again optimistic about the team's chances.
Even neutral observers think the Cowboys have a realistic shot at finally making the playoffs in the coming NFL season. As Martin Sweeney of Dallas knows, the fortunes of the team this year rest largely on the health of quarterback Tony Romo, who underwent back surgery at the end of last season. But the Cowboys are going to have to go through a very tough schedule to reach the playoffs, with division rival New York Giants and the Washington Redskins both coming off disappointing seasons last year. The Cowboys' schedule includes a game in London, England, when they take on the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley Stadium on November 9th.
The Cowboys have good reason for optimism for the coming year. They have added offensive tackle Zack Martin, their number one draft pick in the 2014 NFL draft, and defense end Demarcus Lawrence, whom they selected in the second round. As Martin Sweeney of Dallas knows, a rule of thumb in the NFL draft is that player are picked no just for their football skills and talent, but also on the expectation that they will be able to contribute to the team's success right away.
Every season, Martin Sweeney of Dallas goes to as many Cowboys games as he can. If he can't make it to a game in person, he watches it at home on his big screen television with friends and family. Martin Sweeney of Dallas has an entire room in is house with all sorts of Dallas Cowboy memorabilia. Whether the Cowboys are winning or losing, Martin Sweeney of Dallas stands by his team.
Martin Sweeney of Dallas also enjoys basketball and baseball. The Dallas Mavericks had a good run in the 2013-2014 season and made it to the playoffs, but were eliminated in the first round by the San Antonio Spurs, who went on to win the NBA title. The Texas Rangers, meanwhile, have had a disappointing 2014 Major League Baseball season. As the season reached its halfway point at the All-Star break, the Rangers were mired in last place in the American League west.
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