Why the Dallas Cowboys Could Fall Short of Hometown Super Bowl

May 27, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

No team in the history of the National Football League has ever played a Super Bowl in its home stadium.
There have been a few near-misses over the years, but never a direct hit.
Just recently, the Arizona Cardinals played in Super Bowl XLIII, just a year after the game was played in its own University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz. The Atlanta Falcons were just one season premature.
But as the city of Arlington, Texas, prepares for the league's next Super Bowl, the distinct possibility of this event taking place is becoming more evident.
Just recently, Dallas Cowboys legend Roger Staubach dropped in on the team's organized team activities to shake hands, toss the football, and inform the team, among other things, that it is one of just a handful of teams that has what it takes to win a Super Bowl in this upcoming season.
And as Jason Witten stated of Staubach, "Anything that comes out of his mouth is good."
The Vegas odds already have the Cowboys...

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