The San Francisco 49ers beat the Dallas Cowboys in every aspect of the game on Sunday. And, judging by the amount of red in AT&T Stadium, the Niners made a pretty decent play at home field advantage, too. After the game, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones was asked about the overwhelming number of 49ers fans in attendance, which one ESPN reporter estimated as being close to a 50/50 split.

"B.S.," Jones responded, via ESPN, "I know you didn't count them. Anyway, nothing went through my mind. I was looking at the game."

The more pressing problem for Dallas, however, is probably the play of Tony Romo, who ended the game with a passer rating of 60.8 and three interceptions. For more on this story, check out the video above.

[via ESPN]