IRVING -- Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said there could be another big crowd at Cowboys Stadium for Saturday night's NFC wild card game against the Eagles.
Jones said there were a couple of thousand tickets available at midday on Tuesday and about 10,000 party passes still unsold.
The game is not subject to a blackout because the Cowboys have already sold enough seats to avoid the NFL blackout rules.
In the regular season finale last Sunday, the Cowboys had an attendance of 100,621, the second-largest crowd at the new stadium.
"We knew because we had our season ticket base, but I know we’re selling a lot of tickets," Jones said of last week's ticket sales and what could happen this week. "And area that can be a difference-maker is our decks and our standing room and that’s really blowing it out here today and yesterday."