100,000 strong in the first game that counts at the new Cowboys Stadium and four days away from the kickoff many cowboys can already feel it.

" It's going to be electrifying," said Cowboys Linebacker Keith Brooking. "The emotional part won't be a problem for us this week."

Mike Jenkins has never played in front of a crowd of more than 100,000 and thinks it could be a huge home field advantage for the Cowboys. "100-thousand, that's college," said Jenkins. "It's pretty much a 12th man out there, so we hope our crowd gets real loud and helps us out."

Roy Williams said he wants every fan to leave the stadium hoarse and have a good excuse to miss work the next day and he plans to provide the material for them to lose their voices.

"I want to be the first one to have the first, first down in that stadium, be the first one to score a touchdown, usually give my ball and gloves away but i'm going to keep them," Williams said.

In addition to dealing with the distractions of opening up a new stadium, the Cowboys obviously have to deal with weather problems this week and for that, the first practice of the week, on Giants week, the team had to hop on a bus and head all the way to Southlake to practice inside the dragons indoor practice facility, since the Cowboys don't have one anymore.

"We're fine and have had to adjust a lot of different things this off season," said Quarterback Tony Romo. "We're comfortable going out there to get better where ever we're at."

Wade Phillips needed his team to accomplish a lot during this first practice of the week and didn't want to take any chances on getting anyone injured with the damp grass so he arranged the practice to be moved to Southlake.

"We were worried about the rain, if it did rain, certainly working on run game offensively and defensively," Phillips said. "We didn't want slipping around. We wanted to come off ball on both sides and be physical today. The main reason we went inside is to make sure in the situation, that we were able to do that if it rained. It was a good practice."

Romo did have a little bit of a limp from his sprained right ankle, but he did practice today.

He predicted that by tomorrow it should be back to normal, and will have no bearing on anything that happens in the game. Felix Jones also practiced with his bruised thigh and expects to play on Sunday.