SAN ANTONIO, TX – A heated argument over the noise level during an NFL game escalated to a violent encounter as two San Antonio residents, both in their 50s, stabbed each other multiple times on Monday night. The incident took place while the Cowboys faced the Chargers in a “Monday Night Football” matchup.
According to authorities, the two neighbors began bickering around 9:40 p.m., which quickly escalated. Armed with knives, they proceeded to stab each other repeatedly. Police arrived at the scene and promptly called for medical assistance. Both injured men were transported to separate hospitals, with one being taken to Brooke Army Medical Center and the other to University Hospital. Fortunately, they are expected to recover from their wounds.
It remains unclear whether both individuals involved were fans of the Dallas Cowboys, who clinched a 20-17 victory against the Los Angeles Chargers in Inglewood, California. The win followed a disheartening 42-10 loss to the San Francisco 49ers, which had raised doubts about the Cowboys’ potential as Super Bowl contenders. Quarterback Dak Prescott rebounded with a solid performance, contributing to the Cowboys’ fourth win of the season. The team’s defense played a pivotal role in the final minutes, securing a late interception of Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert. The victory improved the Cowboys’ record to 4-2.
The San Antonio Police Department, Fire Department, and EMS all responded to the violent incident. An ongoing investigation will determine what charges may be filed in connection with the neighbors’ altercation.