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    Newy Scruggs/NBCDFW.com
    Matt Barrie, Newy Scruggs and photojournalist Noah Bullard at the new Cowboys stadium in Arlington.

    If you are a Cowboys fan you  must get to the Cowboys Stadium for a game this season. 

    If you hate the Cowboys you should still come see a game this year.  If your favorite team plays against the Cowboys, then you must make the trip to Arlington, Texas to see this amazing facility. 

    JerryWorld is all that.  The billion dollar stadium will blow you away.

    The first time I went to Las Vegas, I told myself I had to wait for a great championship boxing match.  I wanted to see Vegas at its beast and the first time I went was to see the Mike Tyson-Evander Holyfield rematch.   Tyson bit Evander's ears.  It was great.

    I treated Cowboys Stadium the same way. 

    I didn't go see those concerts Jones had before the Cowboys first preseason game.  I didn't go see the soccer games either.  I wanted to see the Cowboys Stadium finished for a football game.  

    I am so glad I did.  It was just a thing of beauty.  As a die hard football fan I take stadium visits seriously.  Green Bay's Lambeau Field lived up to the hype.  Buffalo plays in a dump, but it feels like a college game.  Houston has an incredible home field, but the Cowboys have set the bar.

    They have dugout suites!  You are on the field.  I can't tell you how impressed I was.  The HD Jumbotron TV has a picture that is better than anything people have in their homes.  The movie theater screens don't look that sharp.

    All I can say is I'm taking my wife to see a game because the building is an architectural marvel.

    The 30-10 Cowboys win over the Titans was fun to watch, but the stadium stole the show.