ARLINGTON (105.3 THE FAN) — Gabriel Carranza became a diehard Cowboys fan at the age of 3.
So the notion that AT&T Stadium — the home of the Dallas Cowboys — has become a destination for out of town fans, lukewarm fans, and executives — he takes it personally.
Carranza has started a movement called “Rowdy Row” to petition the team and Jerry Jones to create an affordable section for diehard fans.
“The section would be affordable to diehard fans to try to put our diehard fans back in the stadium,” said Carranza with Shan & RJ on 105.3 The Fan. “The average diehard fan probably isn’t making over $30,000 or $35,000 per year. They can’t afford to be in the stadium.”
Carranza says he’s already gathered over 3,000 signatures.
He began the movement after watching the Cowboys season opener, in which 49ers fans showed up in large numbers, filling the stadium with San Francisco red.
“It pissed me off really,” said Carranza. “At some point, you have to look at reality. You can’t tell me we weren’t outnumbered at that stadium. It should never be like that.”