The Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers will renew their playoff rivalry on Sunday when the teams meet in the wildcard round of the playoffs.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Friday he was sure AT&T Stadium would be filled mostly with Dallas fans, even though San Francisco fans are known to travel well.
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“I guarantee you it’s going to be a Cowboy crowd, no doubt. … It’s a home game, and we’ll take advantage of the home crowd,” Jones told 105.3 The Fan in Dallas.
Jones touted the franchise’s plans to have a Medal of Honor recipient on hand for the game
“One of the things I want to mention that I’m really excited about is that we have one of the youngest Medal of Honor recipients going to toss the coin for us on Sunday. It’s exciting,” said Jones.
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Jim Nantz and former Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will call the game for CBS.
Jones called Nantz “lucky” to be able to sit next to Romo for the match.
“Speaking of the commentators, Jim Nantz is lucky. Granted, we’ve had times when it didn’t go well with him, but in general he’s a great time. That guy sitting next to him , Tony Romo, I just want to be around him. It’s exciting to know that Romo is making this game,” Jones added.
The last time the two teams met in the playoffs was on January 15, 1995.
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San Francisco won that game, 38-28. Steve Young had two touchdown passes and a rushing touchdown. The defense has knocked out Troy Aikman three times and sacked him four times.