The Dallas Cowboys fight each other at AT&T Stadium after the playoff loss to the San Francisco 49ers

Adding insult to injury! Cowboys fans get into a WILD brawl after watching a party outside Dallas’ AT&T Stadium following the playoff loss to the San Francisco 49ers

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The Dallas Cowboys’ season came to a close with Sunday’s 19-12 playoff loss to the San Francisco 49ers in California, but the fans in Texas weren’t going to accept defeat without a fight… each other.

Footage from outside AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, home of Jerry Jones’ NFL team, showed Cowboys fans punching each other after Sunday’s game concluded.

Initially, fans gathered for a watch party earlier in the day at the MillerLite House, where locals typically gather before and after games. It is located on the stadium premises.

A fan wearing a white Cowboys away jersey was filmed being punched and kicked while on the ground

At least three other Dallas fans were seen attacking the images shared on Twitter.

At least three other Dallas fans were seen attacking the images shared on Twitter.

Cowboys fans were seen engaging in a brawl with each other after a 19-13 loss to the 49ers.

The video opens with a fan wearing a white Cowboys away jersey being constantly punched and kicked by other Dallas fans as he crouched on the ground, trying to protect himself from big hits.

At one point, another fan can be seen pouring his beer on what appeared to be the fighters in an attempt to divert their attention from the situation.

Then a security guard, dressed entirely in black, appears to come into play to stop the fight and de-escalate the fight. He grabs the fan from behind in what appears to be a protective move as well.

The basis of the fight remains unknown, but it’s fair to say the Cowboys have lost it after suffering another early exit from the postseason.

The Cowboys fan who had been hit appeared to be lying motionless on the ground at one point.

The Cowboys fan who had been hit appeared to be lying motionless on the ground at one point.

The Cowboys fan who had been hit appeared to be lying motionless on the ground at one point.

A security guard intervened to stop the fight after grabbing the injured fan from behind

A security guard intervened to stop the fight after grabbing the injured fan from behind

A security guard intervened to stop the fight after grabbing the injured fan from behind

Dallas has now failed to turn any of its last seven Divisional Round playoff meetings into wins.

Dallas has now failed to turn any of its last seven Divisional Round playoff meetings into wins.

Dallas has now failed to turn any of its last seven Divisional Round playoff meetings into wins.

Dallas’ 27-year wait for a Super Bowl appearance continues after once again exiting the NFL postseason early.

The Cowboys haven’t reached the NFC Championship game since 1995 and haven’t converted any of their last seven times in reaching the Divisional Round.

“I felt like we were in a good position to come here and win this,” owner Jerry Jones said after Sunday’s game. “Frankly, I wouldn’t say surprised, I’d say really disappointed that maybe we couldn’t make something happen.”

A franchise that won three Super Bowl titles in a four-year span early in Jones’ tenure (1993, 1994 and 1996). it is now known primarily for playoff flops.

And now there will be speculation about the job security of coach Mike McCarthy, who won one playoff game in three seasons last week over Tampa Bay.

The Cowboys haven't appeared in the Super Bowl under owner Jerry Jones since 1996.

The Cowboys haven't appeared in the Super Bowl under owner Jerry Jones since 1996.

The Cowboys haven’t appeared in the Super Bowl under owner Jerry Jones since 1996.

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