The Alabama Crimson Tide have won more games this season in AT&T Stadium than the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys have in their $1.2 billion showplace.

Dallas goes into its regular-season final Sunday against Washington with a six-game home losing streak. The Cowboys rallied to beat the New York Giants 27-26 in the regular season opener Sept. 13, but have lost their last six at home by an average of 11 points.

Alabama celebrates after the Cotton Bowl NCAA college football semifinal playoff game against Michigan State, Thursday, Dec. 31, 2015, in Arlington, Texas. Alabama won 38-0 to advance to the championship game. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

No. 2 Alabama opened the season with a 35-17 victory over Wisconsin on Labor Day weekend at AT&T Stadium. The Crimson Tide also won there on New Year’s Eve a few days ago, beating Michigan State 38-0 in the Cotton Bowl _ a national semifinal game to advance to play No. 1 Clemson in the College Football Playoff national championship game Jan. 11 in Arizona.

The Cowboys did win a preseason game at home, but those games don’t really count.

Dallas is 27-28 in regular-season home games since 2009, the inaugural season in the retractable roof stadium with the giant video board hanging over the middle of the field.

Team staff stand by to assist as Dallas Cowboys' Tony Romo (9) prepares to lift himself off the field after he suffered an injured clavicle on a sack by Carolina Panthers' Thomas Davis during an NFL football game, Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/Brandon Wade)