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July 30, 2013

Cowboys hoping to be better at AT&T Stadium than they were at Cowboys Stadium

Jerry Jones insists fans win from the stadium name change from Cowboys to AT&T. Cowboys fans just want their team to win.

The Cowboys are 17-15 at home since the stadium opened in Arlington in 2009. They also have a playoff victory there. The Cowboys were only 4-4 at home last season when they went 8-8.

"AT&T Stadium, parking lot and the moon," Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said when asked why the team hasn't played better at home. "We need to play better everywhere. You’re always looking at your schedule. You’re always looking at how you’re doing things to make sure your team gets off to a good start, can sustain itself and then play well at the end. You’re doing that regardless of what environment you’re playing in. We have played some good games at home. Other games haven’t been quite as good. I don’t know that it has anything to do with that stadium. It has something to do with us as players and coaches. So we’ve got to make sure we’re at our best every opportunity we get."

-- Charean Williams



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