The Cowboys Remain “America’s Team” Despite Coach Harbaugh’s Claim
In a recent declaration by Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh, he boldly claimed that the Wolverines are the true representation of “America’s Team.” However, the Dallas Cowboys continue to hold that title firmly, as their dedicated fan base stretches far and wide.
Cowboys Fans Make Their Presence Known
The unwavering support of Cowboys fans has been evident throughout the season. Their passionate cheers have caused disruptions for opposing teams, even in their own stadiums. Earlier this season, the Chargers were forced to resort to a silent count at home due to the overwhelming noise generated by Cowboys fans at SoFi Stadium. The Rams faced a similar challenge when hosting the Cowboys.
Now, as the Panthers prepare to host the Cowboys this week, they are taking precautions to combat the potential impact of the visiting team’s fans. The Panthers have readied themselves for a silent count, should the need arise.
Coach Reich of the Panthers acknowledged the reputation of Dallas fans, stating, “I think everyone knows how well Dallas travels. We have a great city that other teams’ fans like to come to. We’re prepared. We practiced the silent count this week, just in case. So, we’re prepared either way.”
A Potential Home-Field Advantage for the Cowboys
With the Cowboys boasting an impressive 12-game home winning streak, they may find themselves with a unique advantage even on the road. As they face the struggling Panthers, who currently hold a 1-8 record, the Cowboys’ 6-3 standing positions them as the favorites for Sunday’s game in Charlotte.
Despite Coach Harbaugh’s claim, the Cowboys’ status as “America’s Team” remains unchallenged. Their loyal and widespread fan base continues to make their presence felt wherever the team goes, creating an atmosphere that rivals any home-field advantage.