The last time the Dallas Cowboys played a home game, it didn't seem like much of a home game.
Fans of the Texans packed AT&T Stadium to see the Cowboys eke out an overtime victory over Houston in Week 5, and were loud enough that Tony Romo had to use a silent snap count at home for the first time in his career. Romo joked after the game that he’d consider buying up tickets to keep opposing fans out of JerryWorld.
That memory fresh, receiver Dez Bryant called for Cowboys fans to fill the place up on Sunday, when the rival Giants come to town, and get loud while they’re there.
“We do need more Cowboys fans there,” Bryant said, per the Dallas Morning News. “That’s exactly what we need. and we need them to be a little bit louder whenever [New York’s] defense is on the field. I’m not hearing them, I need to hear them some more. We need all Cowboys fans and we need them to be as loud as possible to affect the opponent.”
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