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Cowboys Stadium views obstructed by fellow humans


** ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND EDITIONS, SEPT. 19-20 ** FILE - In this Aug. 21, 2009 file photo, a view of the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium is shown during a preseason NFL football game between the Dallas Cowboys and Tennessee Titans in Arlington, Texas. The Cowboys host the New York Giants on Sunday in their home-opener. (AP Photo/Sharon Ellman) (Credit: AP Photo/Sharon Ellman)

The Cowboys Stadium "Party Pass" would have been a good deal for that 8-foot-1 dude who went to the Mets game Monday night.

For everyone else . . . no.

This ends our blogging day.

Enjoy "Joe Buck Live" at 10 p.m. on HBO.

I hope Joe asks Jerry about the "Party Pass" problems.

Speaking of Cowboys Stadium . . .

There hasn't been much mention of this during all the hoopla over the grand opening, but if three years ago someone had told Jerry Jones he would not have a naming rights deal by opening night, he would have been shocked and disappointed.

(The Jets and Giants still don't have a naming rights sponsor for their new palace, either.)

Photo: AP

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