The Dallas Cowboys are hosting a playoff game for the first time in a couple seasons and fans are hyped. So much that when gates opened for their game against the Seahawks, fans ran into AT&T stadium in pure Black Friday fashion, giving us all reminders of the scenes in so many department stores a couple months ago.

The majority of those fans likely have Party Pass tickets, which is not only standing room only but general admission. So those who get there first get the best spot. It surely isn’t the most risk adverse move the Cowboys could do but given how they once had obstructed view seats at the Super Bowl, I’m guessing people didn’t want to take that chance.

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