Wild Card Weekend will see two of the most iconic franchises in the NFL meet, with the Dallas Cowboys hosting the San Francisco 49ers Sunday afternoon.
Jerry Jones Cowboys owner hasn’t made any predictions for the upcoming game but he did share one of his goals.
Jones stated that he expects a large crowd to attend Sunday’s match against the 49ers on 105.3 The Fan. Jones said that they are hoping to surpass their record of 94,327 fans at AT&T Stadium.
Jones, a 105.3 The Fan host, stated that Jones would like to increase the number of 100,000.
Although it won’t be easy to get 100,000 people to Sunday’s game for the first time, that doesn’t make it impossible.
The Cowboys have hosted four playoff games at AT&T Stadium with a high crowd of 94,327 (2018, Seattle). Speaking on 105.3 The Fan, owner and GM Jerry Jones has eyes on a big crowd Sunday vs. San Francisco. “I’d like to push that to 100,000 this week,” he said.
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Given the popularity of the 49ers and Cowboys, it’s not surprising that AT&T Stadium will break its record for biggest attendance.
The Cowboys will have a huge crowd to support them and should be able to win against the 49ers. These two teams are very evenly matched so they will need every advantage possible.
The Cowboys-49ers match kicks off at 4:30 p.m. ET.