Cowboys Stadium Video Screen Too Big?

The video screen in the new $1.2 billion Cowboys Stadium has caused a storm of controversy after a Tennessee Titans punter kicked the ball into the massive screen yesterday.

Titans coach Jeff Fischer said the screen will have to be raised.

But Cowboys owner Jerry Jones defending the set up, saying the league inspected and approved its size.

Jones argued that a punter would have to try to hit the screen. Cowboys punter Mat McBriar did not come close to hitting the screen.

It begs the question: Are the Titans trying to sabotage the Cowboys new stadium? Did Fischer order his punter to try to strike the screen?

Jones said there isn’t any room to raise the screen.

The NFL is investigating the situation. It sounds like Jones plans to argue against any changes to the screen, and he should. The darn thing cost  $30 million, more than Texas Stadium!

Deadspin

ESPN

Topics: Cowboys, Cowboys Stadium, Cowboys Stadium Video Screen, Titans

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