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The Dallas Cowboys are hosting the San Francisco 49ers in one of the most anticipated games in AT&T Stadium history. And the crowd alone should tell the story of how hyped fans are.
Ahead of the late-afternoon game, the doors opened at AT&T Stadium to fans with seats and standing room tickets. And like a scene out of a movie, the crowd rushed through the doors and into the stadium like their lives depended on it.
Hundreds of fans poured into “Jerry World” in just a few seconds as thousands more waited outside for their turn. By the looks of things, it’s going to be a sold out crowd.
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NFL fans were confused as to why fans were running into the stadium like that. But they may not know that the stadium supports thousands of additional standing room only seats on top of designated spots.
You have to see it to believe it. It is really something else:
AT&T Stadium boasts the highest attendance of any NFL stadium and has broken records thanks to its massive capacity.
But since the stadium opened only three playoff games have been played within its walls. They’re 2-1 in those games.
This season feels different though. The Cowboys have stars on both sides of the ball and knocked off a number of incredible teams during the regular season.
Fans have been waiting for a home playoff game for several years, and they’re getting what they waited for in just a few hours.
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Dak Prescott gives 'credit' to Cowboys fans for throwing trash at officials after team's wild-card loss to 49ers .
Prescott said the team and the fans shared frustration over calls made by the officiating crew Sunday.After the game, fans at AT&T Stadium threw debris at the officials as they were leaving the field. Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott didn't seem to think that was a problem after learning the trash was aimed at the officials and not the Cowboys.