The Dallas Cowboys huddle at AT&T Stadium after a loss to the San Francisco 49ers.

Adding insult to injury! Cowboys fans got into a WILD brawl outside Dallas’ AT&T Stadium after watching the party following their loss to the San Francisco 49ers.

The Dallas Cowboys’ season ended Sunday with a 19-12 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in California — but back in Texas, fans weren’t going to accept the loss without a fight… among themselves.

Outside AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas – home of Jerry Jones’ NFL team – footage showed Cowboys fans waving to each other following the conclusion of Sunday’s game.

Fans initially gathered at Miller’s Light House early in the watch party, where locals often tailgate before and after games. Located in the stadium grounds.

At least three other Dallas fans were seen attacking him in footage posted on Twitter.

Cowboys fans were seen fighting among themselves after their 19-13 loss to the 49ers.

The video begins with a fan wearing a white off-field Cowboys jersey, repeatedly punched and kicked by other Dallas fans, crouching on the ground trying to defend himself from any major attacks.

At one point, another fan can be seen pouring beer on what appears to be a fight in an attempt to distract them from the situation.

Then a bodyguard, dressed all in black, appears to come onto the field to strike and break up the fight. He holds the fan behind him in what appears to be a defense.

The cause of the brawl is unknown, but it’s fair to say the Cowboys lost after another late afternoon setback.

The Cowboys fan who was hit lay motionless on the ground at one point

The Cowboys fan who was hit lay motionless on the ground at one point

The security guard grabbed the injured fan from behind and intervened to stop the fight.

The security guard grabbed the injured fan from behind and intervened to stop the fight.

Dallas has failed to convert any of its seven playoff games.

Dallas has failed to convert any of its seven playoff games.

Dallas’ 27-year wait for a Super Bowl appearance continues after yet another early exit from the NFL postseason.

The Cowboys haven’t reached the NFC Championship Game since 1995 and have failed to convert their last seven appearances in the divisional round.

‘I felt like we were in a good position to come in here and win this thing,’ owner Jerry Jones said after Sunday’s game.

A franchise that won three Super Bowl titles in a four-year span early in Jones’ tenure (1993, 1994 and 1996). Now it is mostly known for gaming.

And now there is speculation about the job security of coach Mike McCarthy, who has won one playoff game in three seasons — last week against Tampa Bay.

The Cowboys haven't made a Super Bowl appearance since 1996 under owner Jerry Jones.

The Cowboys haven’t made a Super Bowl appearance since 1996 under owner Jerry Jones.

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