Frank Heinz, NBC DFW
In the four-year history of Cowboys Stadium, er, we mean AT&T Stadium, one of the major criticisms of the building is that it hasn’t offered the Cowboys much of a home-field advantage.
According to Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, that was not the case on Sunday night, when Dallas beat the New York Giants for the first time at JerryWorld.
“I just want to say that was as good as I’ve seen our home stadium,” Romo said, per ESPN Dallas. “If they continue to do that, this is going to be a tough place to play. I was really excited about the way they brought the energy and the noise level that was throughout the football game. That was awesome to see.”
The Cowboys are now 18-15 in the friendly confines of AT&T Stadium. Now, they’re hoping Sunday night was just the beginning of a new trend.
“You could tell they were rattling the Giants a little bit out there,” Barry Church added. “That’s what we need each and every week.”
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