Is This the Year the Cowboys Finally Have an Actual Home-field Advantage?

When the Dallas Cowboys moved to Arlington, they boasted about having the greatest home field in sports. But a lasting home field advantage has been as elusive as a Super Bowl appearance.The team’s still-flashy, still-luxurious $1.2 billion AT&T Stadium has been a winner everywhere but on the scoreboard. Overall, the Cowboys have played better on the road than at home in their eight regular seasons since leaving Texas Stadium.Now, the Cowboys potentially have just two home playoff games -- including Sunday’s against the Green Bay Packers -- standing between them and their first Super Bowl since 1996. And fans hope this surprising season, led by rookie sensations Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott, could mark the end of their strange struggles in Arlington.“Before this year, I couldn’t explain why they were mediocre or worse at home,” said George Dunham, co-host of the Dunham and Miller morning show on KTCK-AM (1310). “It didn’t really make much sense.”  Continue reading...

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