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Happy Thanksgiving Cowboys Fans!

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On behalf of everyone at Lone Star Struck, we would like to thank all of our wonderful readers and contributors for all of their amazing support over the years.

It’s always such an enormous pleasure to share our opinions and interact with the number one football fans in the world!

We also want to thank and remember all of our brave men and women who continue to serve our country and defend the American way of life. Our thoughts are always with you, and we honor your incredible courage and commitment to protecting our freedom.

Thanksgiving and Dallas Cowboys football has always been a great American tradition that sets us apart from all the other NFL teams. Here’s to a great game today as we take on the Oakland Raiders. Today is all about family, friends, great food and Dallas Cowboys football baby!

From all of us, to all of you…

 

Happy Thanksgiving Day!

 

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The Future Home of the Dallas Cowboys

While in Dallas for Thanksgiving, I decided to take a short visit over to Arlington to get some photos and a first hand look at the new Cowboys Stadium currently under construction. I was so amazed at this "monster" of a stadium that is taking shape. I have seen the virtual tour online and artist renderings but when you are right there, well I just can’t explain how it feels.

It is still somewhat of a skeleton, but its definitely coming along quite well. After all is said and done the stadium will span 2.3 million square feet, tall enough to house the Statue of Liberty. It will be the largest domed structure in the world, and house 80,000 people with the capability of expanding for 100,000 people. Of course, we’ve all heard these statistics but to see it still blows my mind.

I’m very happy that I took the opportunity to visit the future site of "The House that Romo Built". I plan to visit again as it progresses and compare the photos. This is definitely history in the making. If you live in the Dallas area and have not checked it out, I certainly recommend taking some time to do so.

 

 

 

A Thanksgiving Message to StarStruck Friends

I would like to wish all of you a happy Thanksgiving. I will be traveling to Dallas to be with my family, Thursday through Saturday. I will not be around to talk about the game or update the website, however a friend will be covering for me. Everything should be back to normal by Sunday.

I am very happy to be spending the holiday with my HUGE Cowboys family. We will definitely be gathered around the TV cheering on them ‘Boys wearing our jerseys just like you! God Bless and Go Cowboys!

 

New York Coming to Dallas

 

 

Two 2007 season games were announced and both happened to feature New York Teams. The first Sunday night game will be Giants vs. Cowboys in Dallas. It will be broadcast on NBC, Sunday night, Sept. 9 at 7:15pm. The Thanksgiving game will be Jets vs. the Cowboys in Dallas with a 3:15pm kickoff on CBS. Fans will get to see Cowboys running back Julius Jones against his brother, Jets running back Thomas Jones.

They say that New York City is so great they had to name it twice. I say their teams are so bad we’re gonna beat them twice!

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