Sunday was a bad day for the Cowboys. They lost their divisional playoff game to the Packers, on a last-second field goal, no less. But then after the game, players and fans couldn't just pack up and go home.
Instead, they got stuck inside AT&T Stadium due to severe weather in the area. Weather forecasts showed potential tornadoes and dangerous flash flooding.
Offseason program started 272 days ago. Training camp started 171 days ago.— David Helman (@HelmanDC) January 16, 2017
Now, tornado warning in the wake of a heartbreaker. What a year pic.twitter.com/b0yz5HZtqT
Dismantling the goal posts 2 hours after game ended. Yes, that is same goal post for Mason Crosby's game winner. pic.twitter.com/yyc6e1W2kF— KristiCowboySideline (@KristiCowboy) January 16, 2017
Dak and Zeke chilling like the rest of us while tornado threat continues pic.twitter.com/vbAK3tYEpK— Jane Slater (@SlaterNFL) January 16, 2017
There was some silver lining for fans who got stuck, though. They got to see some of their favorite players one more time this season.
Zeke and Dak on field 2 hrs after game. Fans who are sheltering here during storm are chanting "we are proud" pic.twitter.com/JM0lvvV168— KristiCowboySideline (@KristiCowboy) January 16, 2017