Sunday Night Football Fight: Cowboys fans embarrass themselves in the stands, fighting each other like a bunch of losers
Just one game into the 2022 NFL season and the Dallas Cowboys and their fans are already in complete shambles.
The Cowboys lost last night to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday Night Football 19-3. Dak Prescott was horrible, completing 14-29 for 134 yards and an interception before leaving the game with a broken right thumb. Prescott is scheduled to have surgery on his thumb today and is expected to miss 6-8 weeks.
Of course, Cowboys fans were not happy with the Prescott news and the fact that they got embarrassed on national television. Their beloved “boys” scored the fewest points in a season opener since Troy Aikman’s rookie season in 1989, when Jimmy Johnson was coaching his first career game in the NFL.
So how did they handle such an embarrassing performance?
Well, they took the embarrassment to the stands and started fighting, obviously.
Cowboys Fans Fight in Stands
Surprise, surprise, the guy who showed up to the game wearing a 420 jersey ended up getting into a fight with a group of Cowboys fans. I could have told you that was going to happen before even walking into Jerry’s World, that might have been the biggest lock of the night outside of the Cowboys losing to Tom Brady and the Bucs.
Who knows how this fight happened but clearly, these fans had more energy than the entire Cowboys team last night. The fighting video is the best we’ve seen since the 15-year old Clemson kid beat the crap out of a frat bro in week one of college football and it definitely beats the battle in the streets following the Bills and Rams game.
Still it’s hard to really rank a fight when it’s eight on one and the guy who’s fighting solo is wearing a 420 jersey. Just doesn’t seem fair, right?
Fighting is always stupid. People who whip out their phones and start recording is also pretty bizarre to me but hey, it makes for great content and people online can’t get enough of fight videos. Anyone who fights at a sporting event, even more so when it’s eight on one, should be banned from ever going back to games.
Good news for these loser Cowboys fans, is the fact that their team is destined to be bottom feeders of the NFC after losing Prescott, so there’s really no need to attend any games this season anyways.