It has become a common theme in Dallas Cowboys games in recent years. Large numbers of the opposing teams fans are finding ways into AT&T Stadium. Following their win over in-state opponent Houston on Sunday, Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and tight end Jason Witten questioned how so many Texans fans were able to get into the stadium.
“We played on the road today in that football game….we need to tighten up selling our tickets.” said Romo following the win that pushed the Cowboys record to 4-1.
Jason Witten & Tony Romo made it known they had no home field advantage today against Houston. Are they right to call #Cowboys fans out?
— Newy Scruggs (@newyscruggs) October 5, 2014
Romo went on to talk about having to use a silent count while on offense.
The Cowboy play on the road in Seattle next week before hosting the New York Giants in two weeks.