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A Virtual Tour of the Cowboys' New Stadium, Which Still Won't Be in Fair Park

Just in case you somehow managed to miss all the coverage of the new Dallas Cowboys stadium in Arlington this week, here's perhaps the best perspective yet: a silent video prepared by the Dallas Cowboys and HKS Architects and provided by the folks at Cowboys Football. It's kind of like a David Fincher movie, the camera swooping and soaring through the joint as it details every nook, cranny and crevice of the virtual stadium. Only at the end does it have any sound: when owner Jerry Jones show up "watching practice," which looks as akward as it sounds. "Quite a place, isn't it?" Jones asks. Well, sure. The prettiest computer-generated stadium we've ever seen. --Robert Wilonsky

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