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When keeping it real and lavish goes too far. It’s not a secret that the Dallas Cowboys stadium is one of the largest and most expensive stadiums in the world, but they might have gone a bit too far with some of the construction — particularly the, uh, giant window that allows sunlight to get blasted onto the field.

The Cowboys struggled to move the ball on a drive right before halftime because Dak Prescott and his receivers couldn’t keep track of the ball due to the massive burst of sunlight that radiated onto the field.

The broadcast gave us a perfect look at what Prescott was seeing — which was essentially nothing.

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Viewers of the game instantly started making jokes about the Cowboys’ misfortune with their own unreasonably bright stadium.

This might be something Jerry Jones gets fixed.

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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.

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