Cowboys fans fight each other amidst embarrassing playoff meltdown.
You all know the saying, “Everything is bigger in Texas.” As it turns out, playoff meltdowns are included. On Wild Card weekend, a new generation of Cowboys fans were baptized as pathetic losers, those in attendance did not handle their humiliation with grace.
Now we all know Texans don’t like losing.
In some cases, they make a big fuss about it. You may remember some unpleasantness a little over a year ago, but that’s neither here nor there.
What is there? Cowboys fans acting like barbarians.
During Week 18’s matchup between the Cowboys and Eagles, we saw a sad drunk was viscously attacked by a possible pervert. This time, Cowboys fans were so riled up at their home stadium they had to resort to fighting themselves.
Take a look at the video below to see for yourself:
First and foremost, you can’t really break down the fighting styles here. There appears to be no strategy any fighter is utilizing. These are the sad spasms of a dying fanbase.
A man in an Ezekiel Elliot jersey is pulled away from someone twice his size wearing a Micah Parsons jersey. Parsons steps in and lands a right before losing his feet. Had he not slipped in what I can only assume was a puddle of tears, the Cowboys’ season wouldn’t have been the only that died that day.
The real star of the video appears at around six seconds in. A second Ezekiel Elliot jersey starts swinging wildly from his knees. All of this while his ass crack was as open to the Texas breeze as the mighty Rio Grande.
This kind of behavior is expected from fans of franchises that lose as often as the Cowboys. After all, it has been 26 years since they won a Super Bowl. A baby born the year the Cowboys last won it all is now old enough to rent a car. Or, if they’re feeling ambitious, are even old enough to run for Congress. But what this behavior isn’t is acceptable.
It’s important that Eagles fans hold Cowboys fans accountable. As the most recent champion in the NFC East, the Eagles and their fans are both standard bearers. So if you ever see a Cowboys fan out there, make sure you tell them to be better next time. God knows their quarterback won’t.
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