Jets, Cowboys Fans Get In Bloody Fight, Throw Absolute Bombs At Each Other

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Some Jets and Cowboys fans thought it was a good idea to beat the living daylights out of each other.

Sports fans fighting isn’t anything new. In fact, it’s a sign America is back to normal. We didn’t get to see fights during the COVID insanity as stadiums sat empty.

As soon as people flooded back into stadiums, once again, fists started flying, blood started flowing and people couldn’t wait to beat the hell out of each other.

Fans of the Jets and Cowboys gave people an all-time fight Sunday at AT&T Stadium. A guy in a Dak Prescott jersey was getting lit up like a Christmas tree and his face looked like it took some serious damage.

Watch the video below. It’s absolutely wild.

Cowboys, Jets fans trade punches.

Below is a second angle of the same fight. Just an absolutely brutal beatdown.

It’s not clear what started the altercation, but it is clear the man in the Prescott jersey took the worst of it… a country mile.

That dude had no shot. Two guys took him to the ground, and it was over for him before it seemingly even started.

That brings me to my main observation: Where were the police?

Cowboys and Jets fans beating the living daylights out of each other. (Photo by Matthew Pearce/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

Anyone who walks around an NFL stadium or a college stadium knows there are cops and contract security everywhere.

It seems like you can’t walk 50 feet in an NFL stadium without seeing a police officer. Yet, when there’s a huge melee unfolding, the police are seemingly nowhere to be found. The man in the Prescott jersey probably wishes they had been close. Might have saved him from spilling so much blood. There was an event staff person you can see in the second video, and she appeared to have little to no impact.

Cowboys and Jets fans get in massive fight Sunday at AT&T Stadium. (Photo by Richard Rodriguez/Getty Images)

As I always say when it comes to fighting at sporting events, just grab another beer, take a deep breath and relax. Don’t get your face caved in. It’s that simple.

Written by David Hookstead

David Hookstead is a reporter for OutKick covering a variety of topics with a focus on football and culture.

He also hosts of the podcast American Joyride that is accessible on Outkick where he interviews American heroes and outlines their unique stories. Before joining OutKick, Hookstead worked for the Daily Caller for seven years covering similar topics.

Hookstead is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin.

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  1. Tell me you’ve never been to AT&T Stadium in person without telling me you’ve never been to AT&T Stadium in person…

    I worked there for the previous three seasons and I can tell you first hand that the contract security at AT&T Stadium sucks out loud. A lot of the newer staffers that company brought in basically signed up on “gig work” apps such as Traba or Instawork and may or may not actually hold valid Texas security licenses. The company is called Andy Frain Services. Teams and venues should avoid them like the plague. They’re almost as bad, if not worse, than CSC.

    Between AFS and my former employer (who we’ll refer to as “WORST Clown Mismanagement” – whom last season replaced a locally based company that had the guest services/event staff contract since AT&T Stadium opened and whose upper management in the Dallas office is about as competent as Jerry Reinsdorf or Dan Snyder), I’m sure glad I don’t work at AT&T Stadium anymore. The stress is too damn high for me to cope with this nonsense in Arlington.

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