They said that there were officially 105,121 people in the new Cowboys Stadium to see the Cowboys lose to a decent Giants team - the largest NFL crowd on record. They hung a 600 ton set of jumbo screens from the ceiling, had dozens of dancers in "cages" for the cheap ($236) seats up high, and everyone who might have been alive and important to the Cowboys was there.
Eli was amazing and Romo wasn't so. It, too, was a great game, and I didn't really wanna get up this morning and remember the loss. I'm up, however, and the memory of that loss is quickly fading - it's being replaced by the memory of much more significant losses - losses that weren't just a football game played for entertainment.
It's got the smell and feel of a Monday for sure around here.