WATCH: Cowboys fans throw trash at injured Dak Prescott in embarrassing Week 1 loss
Dallas Cowboys fans are in shambles after being embarrassed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 19-3. Along with fighting each other in the stands, the worst fanbase in the NFL pelted their beloved QB Dak Prescott with trash as he came off the field with an injury to his throwing hand.
Cowboys fans didn’t seem to care Prescott was injured:
Talk about scumbag behavior from those folks.
I’m all for tough love when it comes to players. So I didn’t bat an eye when our city emotionally battered Nelson Agholor and Jalen Reagor.
That being said, this is genuinely classless behavior. Cowboys fans can talk shit on Prescott all they want – that’s their prerogative – but they crossed a line by throwing detritus at their QB that’s allegedly worth $40 million a year. It was already a bad look, but it looks even worse now that we know Prescott will be out 6-8 weeks.
If you want to bring up incidents that happened with Philly fans while the Berlin Wall was still standing to refute my point, be my guest. Just know all that does is further support the assertion that Eagles fans of today are not the biggest scumbags in the league.
You aren’t alone if you were sitting there with a sense of deja vu. In fact, Cowboys fans did the same thing in their final game of last season when they were bounced unceremoniously in the first round of the playoffs (as usual!)
They fought each other last year as well. What a repeat performance by those fans. What a bunch.
Snowballs at Santa 54 years ago will still be a more popular narrative than throwing garbage at your players two GAMES in a row on color television.
Just look at what comes up when you search for Cowboys fans on this website. It’s truly wild.
Jesus Christ. It fits perfectly into the overplayed, annoying, and honestly downright incorrect depiction of Philadelphia sports fans.
It’s low-hanging fruit at this point. The media isn’t ashamed of their constant Philly hate, so why should I be ashamed of my efforts to discredit them?
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