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Fans Pretend To Be Media Sneak Into AT&T Stadium During Wild Card Game And Ask Dak Prescott Some Postgame Questions

A video of fans getting into the AT&T Stadium during the Wild Card game and then crashing Dak Prescot’s postgame press conference has gone viral on the internet. Actually, the fans found NFL media vests that allowed them to walk around without being checked by the security.

Here is what happened via Total Pro Sports:

Then, the guys snuck into Dak Prescott’s post-game press conference and asked him questions while posing as a member of the media.

The AT&T Stadium security has all offseason to figure out how this happened to make sure nobody else gets access to it again.

If I can be truly honest with you? The questions weren’t that bad. They were better questions that some of the actual media were asking after the game and the NFL and other media outlets actually used some of the clips for their stories about the game.

Meanwhile, while this was happening, Dak had to apologize for what he said about the refs.

The NFL fined Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott $25,000 on Thursday for comments the QB made following last Sunday’s wild-card loss to the 49ers, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero reported.

In the aftermath of Dallas’ season-ending 23-17 loss to the Niners, Prescott commended fans for voicing their displeasure for the game’s officiating by throwing garbage in the direction of officials as they left the field.

The final sequence of Sunday’s contest saw Prescott take an inadvertent bump from umpire Ramon George as he was trying to spot the ball during the game’s final seven seconds following a 17-yard Prescott run. The play clock expired before Dallas could snap the ball.

Prescott initially called the garbage-throwing display “sad” as he believed only the players were being targeted for falling short. He then pivoted his stance after a member of the media told him the vitriol was meant for the referees, saying, “Credit to them then. Credit to them.”

Flip to the next page to watch the video of them breaking into the stadium.

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