The Cowboys have a really nice stadium. AT&T Stadium not only ranks as the NFL’s best, but since the $1.2 billion facility in Arlington opened in 2009, the Cowboys have drawn more fans than any other team. They sold 741,775 tickets this season, or 92,722 per game. But it hasn’t translated on the field as the Cowboys have struggled to create a home-field advantage. The Cowboys went only 3-5 at home this season and have a 37-35 all-time regular-season record in AT&T Stadium. They are 41-30 on the road in that span, including 5-2 this season.
For whatever reason(s), Cowboys haven’t created home-field advantage
Pro Football Talk | Dec 26