As mentioned in Saturday’s one-liners, the Cowboys appear to be addressing the concerns of Hall of Fame quarterback Troy Aikman that folks who come to see the team play primarily want to see and be seen.
The Cowboys, as reported by Ebenezer Samuel of the New York Daily News, have sent an email to season-ticket holders reminding them of one of the most basic concepts of in-person game attendance: Make noise.
“When you see the video graphic playing on the video board, get on your feet and get LOUD!” the email explains. “Together, we can make opposing teams dread coming to Cowboys Stadium. . . . If we all play our part, we can help give our Dallas Cowboys a true home-field advantage.”
This implies that the Cowboys don’t currently have a true home-field advantage. Against the Giants, whom the Cowboys never have been in their new stadium, that’s absolutely true.