Much has been said about the video boards at the brand spanking new Cowboy Stadium. The NFL is looking into the whether the boards hangs too low. Jerry Jones thinks that the boards aren’t a problem and that Tennessee Titans’ punter, A.J. Trapasso aimed at the boards during a preseason game.
Well, if you’re interested in Jimmy Johnson’s opinion of the boards, he loves them. He absolutely loves them.
ARLINGTON, Texas — Jimmy Johnson loves the video boards at Cowboys Stadium right where they are.
Johnson was in the $1.15 billion new home of his former team in June for the first event, a concert featuring George Strait and Reba McEntire, and couldn’t take his eyes off the screens. He returned Thursday to film some commercials and still thinks they’re just fine, even if a punt banged off them during a preseason game against Tennessee last weekend.
“If there’s anything wrong, it’s that people are going to watch the video board and not the game,” Johnson said. “It is so dominating, but I think it’s so cool. I think it’s great.”
That’s good news for Dallas fans. Even though their team won’t be dominating on the field, at least they get to see the video boards dominate. Something dominating on Sundays should be a welcomed sight and something they’re not very used to in Dallas these days.