Welcome to AT&T StadiumWelcome to AT&T Stadium where the Dallas Cowboys kick off the second half of their season against the Minnesota Vikings AT&T Stadium has been friendlier to the Cowboys this year than recent years. 1.) Not many folks probably left the stadium feeling like they got their money’s worth. The Cowboys weren’t very impressive but they got the job done, improving to 5-4 with a 27-23 victory at AT&T Stadium. A win would give the Cowboys their fourth at home this season, matching their total from 2012, but more importantly it would keep them on top of the NFC East.Source: ESPN.com
Five thoughts: Dallas Cowboys do just enough to avoid what would’ve been the worst loss of the seasonDallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray (29) gets past Minnesota Vikings strong safety Mistral Raymond (41) during the first half of their NFL football game in Arlington, Texas, on November 03, 2013. (Michael Ainsworth/The Dallas Morning News)Source: dallasnews.com
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