Watch Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium get built with LEGO bricks, and modeled in Minecraft

Watch Dallas Cowboys AT&T Stadium get built with LEGO bricks, and modeled in Minecraft

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With their season on the line, the 5-5 Dallas Cowboys play host to the 4-6 Los Angeles Chargers on Thanksgiving Day at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.

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In the spirit of the holiday, we’ve assembled a collection of the most interesting videos featuring the house that Jerry Jones (or more specifically, $1.33 billion tax dollars) built.

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LEGOLAND Discovery Center in Grapevine, Texas, is home to a AT&T Stadium model built with tens of thousands of LEGO bricks.

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Belgian graphic designer Robin has devoted countless hours in replicating the world’s famous sporting venues in the Minecraft video game. His latest and greatest creation is replica of JerryWorld.

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To compare the Lego and Minecraft designs with the real deal, give the 3D model below a spin with your mouse. Hold down the shift key to change the camera’s XY axis position.

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Did you know that if you stood one of the stadium’s outside arches on its side, it would be just 25-feet shorter than the Empire State Building? Or that if you put the Statue of Liberty on the 50-yard line, the top of the torch wouldn’t touch the roof? We didn’t know either, but the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders are privy to this type of trivia.

2017-11-24T13:43:50+00:00 November 23rd, 2017|

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