The Cowboys have a 6-1 record at AT&T Stadium this season, losing the season opener before winning six in a row.
The Cowboys have a 6-1 record at AT&T Stadium this season, losing the season opener before winning six in a row. Roger Steinman AP
The Cowboys have a 6-1 record at AT&T Stadium this season, losing the season opener before winning six in a row. Roger Steinman AP

Cowboys finally have home-field advantage at AT&T Stadium

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