I love my Dallas Cowboys Stadium...
Jerry's Obnoxious Tribute to Himself
This place is way over-rated. Jerry built this as a tribute to himself. His ego oozes from it. For football games, don't even think about sitting on the sidelines. The over-the-top scoreboard consumes your attention instead of the game. For concerts, the sound is poor. For any event, it is incredibly difficult to visit friends in another part of the stadium. I once spent an entire half time tying to do this, and didn't even get close.
Beyond Amazing - AT&T
I visited the AT&T Stadium for the Cowboys vs Eagles football game. Although, the Cowboys lost - it was an amazing experience to be amongst Cowboys fan. I traveled alone from Maryland and felt safe. The atmosphere was great. The stadium is state-of-the-art. Food choices are delish. I did the stadium tour and rally day the day before the game. My tour guide was amazing and very keen.
They sale as much as they can and it gets overcrowded you pay just to watch the game on a giant screen
Cowboys vs Eagles game
Love everything except that my boys lost! Love the stadium this was our annual game we always come to.
Worth it for the price
You can sign up for the United fan club membership for $20 a year and get in 30 minutes before the doors open of you don't mind standing for 6 hours to be in the front. Or just walk around and they also have game outside in the plaza on 4 big screens. Of course, games are better when the cowboys win and fortunately they won against the chiefs.
As a neutral fan this was a great game.
The stadium is awesome and the cowboys organization goes over the top to entertain its fans. The game was tightly contested and to their fans disappointment the cowboys came up short. Don't see a Super Bowl in their near term future. The Rams are a tough high scoring crew. Overall a five star day out for me.
Dallas does it right
The game between the Cowboys and the Giants was fantastic! AT&T Stadium is an amazing place, really friendly workers, and lots of fun to go to. The only reason for 4 stars instead of 5 is that it was impossible to see the game with party pass if we weren't in the front row of the viewing areas and fans in the smaller viewing areas on stair landings were not willing to let others in the same area, "saving" places for friends. Hopefully a better system of security can be put in place to allow all fans the same opportunity when they purchase party pass.
Best team playing in the best venue. Loved every second of it.
Good depending where you sit
Went to a football game & sat in Section 330. (side end zone) Scouted 1 of the "party pass" standing room areas & would not recommend that as you can't see much if you're not in the 1st row of people. Also would not recommend the 400 upper level seats as you are so far away from the field you will wind up watching the game on the big screen. Very restrictive on what you can bring in, so review those guidelines before you go. No outside food/drink allowed which is more a Greed issue than security, Can be quite loud with all the pumped in noise too. Had some pre-game bands playing which was nice.
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Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium
The Dallas Cowboys offer fans a thrilling experience every time they hit the football field at AT&T Stadium. How else would they become the world’s most valuable sports team, valued at $4 billion!? While perhaps best known for their daring ball runs, they also are experts in passing. With stellar plays and star players, there's much to look forward to for the upcoming season. Fans can expect adrenaline-pumping moments at every Dallas Cowboys game.
Cowboys 2018-2019 Season
While the Cowboys won most of their pre-season games, the 2017-2018 season started off slowly for the Cowboys as they lost three out of their first five games. But the team returned from their rough start when they defeated the San Francisco 49ers. The Cowboys were able to bounce back from a slow season start, due to running back Ezekiel Elliot's absence, to a mix of wins and losses that kept Cowboy fans on their feet.
Some of the Cowboys' best players for the 2017-2018 season included quarterback Dak Prescott, wide receiver Dez Bryant and running back Ezekiel Elliott. Prescott finished the 2017-18 season with 3,324 passing yards. Elliot helped lead the team this season with 983 rushing yards, while Bryant led the team with 838 receiving yards and 69 receptions. With these players, the Cowboys were able to win nine games out of 16, making them the second-best team in the National Football Conference (NFC) East division.
While the Cowboys didn't make the playoffs for the 2017-2018 season, there's also much to look anticipate for the upcoming 2018-2019 NFL season. As a leading quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys, Prescott has the potential to lead the Dallas Cowboys to the playoffs. Cowboys will play against a second-place schedule, which means they will play the 2017 second-place divisional finishers from the NFC North (Detroit) and NFC West (Seattle) this season.
The Cowboys are in need of offensive positions, notably roles for defensive tackle, tight end, linebacker and right tackle-guard are likely to be a focus for draft picks and trades.
Dallas Cowboys Team History
The Dallas Cowboys are one of America's favorite football teams for a reason. The team has a history of great plays and great players led by star coaches dating back to 1960, when the franchise, then headed by Tom Landry, joined the NFL. Over the course of 29 years, Landry led the Cowboys to two Super Bowl titles, five Super Bowl appearances, five NFC Championships, 13 division titles and an incredible 20 consecutive winning seasons. Since that time, the team has had seven coaches and won three Super Bowls with one of the best being the 1992 Super Bowl XXVII where the team scored a game best of 52 points. The Cowboys have also produced stellar players, including Emmitt Smith, who led the team to win three league championships, Michael Irvin, who was the previous leader in all receiving categories.