From The Dallas Morning News:
The Cowboys’ worst enemy during the first half of Sunday’s wild-card game against the 49ers: the sun.
On the Cowboys’ final drive before halftime, the sunlight peaking through the doors at the $1.15 billion AT&T Stadium played a big part in it being unsuccessful.
Dak Prescott tried to hook up with receiver Cedrick Wilson on a pass. However, Wilson, with his vision impaired by the sun, could not locate the ball, ducking as it dropped to the ground.
Since the Cowboys moved to AT&T Stadium, the East-West layout of the stadium has been a hot topic of debate because of sunsets creating difficulties for players.
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