10:40AM EDT October 12. 2012 - Hall of Famers don't have better hearing than us but the sound of silence hits them harder. After the Bears won in Dallas on Monday Night, Chicago receiver Brandon Marshall said it felt like a home game. Troy Aikman, who won a handful of Super Bowls wearing the star, knew what he was talking about. "I don't think Dallas has ever really had a great home field advantage," Aikman said on KTCK-AM 1310 The Ticket. "What I've heard is that, 'Wow, they really lost home field advantage when they left Texas Stadium.' Texas Stadium really wasn't that different. Having played playoff games in Texas Stadium, that stadium was rocking, it was great. ... But when we would play in Philadelphia, New York and walk out of the tunnel, I would have to be yelling at the top of my lungs for guys to hear me. And you get on the plane for the flight home and your head would be pounding, you wouldn't have a voice, and that's just the way that it was. There was no way you could go down there near the goal line and use hard count in an opposing stadium. And yet in Texas Stadium, teams did it all the time." Aikman added that for "a large part -- and the fans don't want to hear this -- a lot of of the people that attend sports in this town, they're there because it's of just a place to be seen" and that "I didn't know anybody who went to Rangers games, then when they started winning and going to World Series, everybody's wearing Rangers hats..."