49ers Players Complain There Were More Cowboys Fans In Levi’s Stadium Than Their Own
This shouldn’t actually be a shock to most people because, whether you want to admit or not, the Dallas Cowboys have fans in every city in America and most of the time they will take over an opposing team’s stadium.
On Sunday, when the Cowboys visited the 49ers in Levi’s stadium, it was louder than usual as 49ers players kept hearing from the stands, ‘Let’s Go Cowboys!” It was so loud that it took over the broadcast, and even shouts of ‘Zeeeeeek’ were heard anytime Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott made a big play in the game.
Chants of “Let’s go Cowboys” ringing through Levi’s Stadium right now. Lots of Cowboys fans here today. As always in SanFran.
— Brandon George (@DMN_George) October 2, 2016
Here’s a short clip of Cowboys fans at Levi’s stadium cheering:
— dscsteve (@dscsteve) October 2, 2016
49ers linebacker Ahmad Brooks wasn’t feeling that at all after the game and spoke about it:
#49ers LB Ahmad Brooks on scene at Levi’s: “I couldn’t believe it. I was like there’s more Dallas Cowboys fans than there are 49ers fans.”
— Eric Branch (@Eric_Branch) October 3, 2016
The Cowboys organization has created a huge following in the state of California, which is why they hold training camp there every year. So don’t expect any of this to change anytime soon.