Hardly something went proper for Dallas by the primary three quarters on Sunday against the 49ers. Even a punt wasn’t a protected play for the Cowboys.
AT&T Stadium, affectionately nicknamed “Jerry World” after Cowboys proprietor Jerry Jones, is likely one of the premiere venues in all of sports activities. It is state-of-the-art jumbotron is huge—maybe too large.
Bryan Anger’s punt for the Cowboys within the third quarter needed to re-played after it hit the underside of the jumbotron. Having punters take heed to kicking the ball too excessive is not precisely an excellent scenario for any soccer workforce.
Twitter criticized the fabled venue for the poor architectural options—and never simply due to the low-hanging scoreboard, however for the stadium’s lighting setup that allowed the solar to shine into gamers’ eyes for lengthy durations early on. AT&T Stadium value effectively over $1 billion however you could not inform on Sunday.
Earlier within the sport, it grew to become obvious that the stadium did a poor job of blocking out the daylight on the sphere. The printed confirmed how dangerous it was for gamers, particularly quarterback Dak Prescott, whose imaginative and prescient would have been obscured.
The Cowboys trailed 23–17 within the fourth quarter at residence as of seven:20 p.m. ET.
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