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The Dallas Cowboys' final game at Texas Stadium in Irving was on December 20, 2008. The Cowboys gave up two long touchdown runs in the fourth quarter, as the Baltimore Ravens defeated them, 33-24. The next year, Dallas moved into Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

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