After hearing from the Seattle Seahawks that the benches’ heat on the away sidelines kept going in and out during Washington’s 17-15 Week 12 win on Nov. 29, the Dallas Cowboys shipped some heated benches of their own to FedEx Field ahead of Sunday’s contest.
Dallas partnered with a Cleveland-based company called Dragon Seats to get the heated benches to Landover, Maryland.
At 8-4, Dallas has had control of the NFC East for most of the 2021 season. But as the Burgundy and Gold have gained confidence and improved to 6-6, a home win for coach Ron Rivera’s men would turn the division on its head.
The Cowboys really flew their benches from Dallas for their game in Washington today 😳 @brgridiron
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) December 12, 2021
Cowboys are officially activating DE Randy Gregory (calf) and DT Neville Gallimore (elbow) from injured reserve. They’ll join the likes of LB Micah Parsons, DE DeMarcus Lawrence and CB Trevon Diggs on Sunday at Washington.
DC Dan Quinn is pleased. pic.twitter.com/GbndDalvYR
— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) December 11, 2021