That thing at the top is what Giants will be walking into Sunday. They do everything big in Texas, but this is ridiculous. Cowboys Stadium is the largest NFL stadium ever built, with a capacity of 100,000, the largest center-hung video board in the world, and traffic snarls up the wazoo.
It's going to be loud, considering this is the first regular season game ever played there. Seattle loud. But none of that worries Giants guard Rich Seubert.
"It's gonna be loud anyway," Seubert said. "I hope it is. I love it like that. That should be the way it is. Our crowd was loud for a few plays. They should be that loud anytime they get the ball. That's the way football's supposed to be played. Get loud. Get into it. Make it hard for the other team to hear.
"Hey, I'm sitting right here next to (the quarterback), so I don't have a problem with it."
Of course, the easiest way to battle opposing noise is to come out quickly, score a couple of touchdowns, and take the fans out of the game early.
"Home or on the road, it's important to start fast and take the crowd out of it," guard Chris Snee said. "With that many people, it'll be important to quiet them as soon as possible."
Anybody wondering about how the crowd will affect things?