Cowboys still looking for AT&T Stadium edge as 10th season opens
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By Todd ArcherESPN Staff Writer

FRISCO, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys will begin their 10th season inside AT&T Stadium -- the $1.2 billion gold standard -- on Sunday when they take on the New York Giants.

Before the Cowboys christened the place during their regular-season opener against the Giants on Sept. 20, 2009, owner and general manager Jerry Jones said he hoped the quality of the joint, complete with the retractable roof, the center-hung digital board, the field-level suites and the slick club areas would raise the level of play from the team.

Nine years in? Not so much.

The Cowboys are 37-35 at AT&T Stadium. In the past five seasons, the Cowboys are 20-20 at home, good for 20th in the NFL.

Jason Garrett likes to say it doesn’t matter if a game is home, away, in a parking lot or on the moon -- execution matters. Considering the lack of home success, maybe he might see if Jones can schedule a game on the moon. Or a parking lot.

Jerry Jones was hoping AT&T Stadium would give his team an edge, but the edge appears to favor opponents since...



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