Just like New York Yankees fans, the Dallas Cowboys faithful travel well and Saturday night is proving just that. The Cowboys traveled to the Los Angeles Coliseum to face the Rams in the Divisional Round of the playoffs. Once the Cowboys took the field for pregame warmups, the crowd in Hollywood erupted in cheers. Seriously, take a listen for yourselves.
Cowboys are playing a home game pic.twitter.com/ssnXJ8Jy06— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) January 13, 2019
Granted, a majority of the stadium has yet to be filled. Even so, the Cowboys fans could very well make up most of the attendance. In fact, former NFL running back and Rams Radio Network's Maurice Jones-Drew estimated that 65 percent of the fans for warmups were cheering for the Cowboys.
Cowboys could feel right at home tonight https://t.co/vnhnl0y061— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) January 13, 2019
Rams head coach Sean McVay urged season ticket holders to not sell their seats to Cowboys fans, since they are looking for homefield advantage. It appears that plea was all for naught, as the Cowboys feel pretty at home all thanks to this rather warm reception at the Coliseum.