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CowBuzz: From Basketball to Busses, City Of Brotherly Love Supports Their Egg-les

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As is the case in every city the Cowboys visit, fans show up outside the team hotel to cheer them on as they board the busses to the stadium.  What makes Philadelphia different is Eagles fans show up to the busses to heckle the players as they board.  I can't recall another city we've been to this season that's happened.

More love was experienced as the buses made their way through the parking lots at Lincoln Financial Field.  A barrage of eggs nailed the second bus in our caravan as it made its arrival to the stadium.  There were also more middle fingers than you could count and a full moon was seen, not in the sky.

One thing you can guarantee when you are the Dallas Cowboys and you travel to Philly, there is always going to be something interesting that happens off the field with Eagles fans.  Here are a few stories from our trip to the City of Brotherly Love.

Several members of our digital team attended the Philadelphia 76ers game on Friday night.  We were in the lower level and about half way through the second quarter we heard a loud showering of boos coming from our left.  It was weird as the home team had the ball and no action was really occurring on the court.  We looked in that direction and a fan was sitting in the middle of a section wearing a Dez Bryant jersey with a 76ers cap on and a Cowboys cap over it.  As the boos got louder he turned around and did what Dez would do, Threw Up The X.  We were so impressed with his bravery that DallasCowboys.com's Nick Eatman and Chase Williams walked over and took a photo with him.  Nick had on Cowboys gear and was shortly kicked out of the section.  Shout out to the brave sole that showed his support for the Cowboys in such a hostile environment.

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As is the case in every city the Cowboys visit, fans show up outside the team hotel to cheer them on as they board the busses to the stadium.  What makes Philadelphia different is Eagles fans show up to the busses to heckle the players as they board.  I can't recall another city we've been to this season that's happened.

More love was experienced as the buses made their way through the parking lots at Lincoln Financial Field.  A barrage of eggs nailed the second bus in our caravan as it made its arrival to the stadium.  There were also more middle fingers than you could count and a full moon was seen, not in the sky.

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A neat backstory to last night's game, Brad Sham, The Voice of the Dallas Cowboys, called his 750th Cowboys game.  Before the game Al Michaels from Sunday Night Football's crew, came over and called Brad "Mr. 750" and congratulated him.  They visited on the sideline for a few minutes before heading up to their perches overhead where each called the game for their networks.

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A neat backstory to last night's game, Brad Sham, The Voice of the Dallas Cowboys, called his 750th Cowboys game.  Before the game Al Michaels from Sunday Night Football's crew, came over and called Brad "Mr. 750" and congratulated him.  They visited on the sideline for a few minutes before heading up to their perches overhead where each called the game for their networks.

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