WATCH: Dallas Cowboys fans beat the crap out of each other out outside of Jerry’s World after yet another early exit from the playoffs
Dallas Cowboys fans weren’t content with watching their team lose in the divisional round of the NFC playoffs (again).
Instead, they had to get in on the action themselves and make sure they didn’t just lose a playoff game, but also their dignity, by beating the crap out of each other outside of AT&T Stadium in Dallas last night after the game.
WATCH: Cowboys fans attack each other after divisional round disaster.
It really feels like every week, there’s another video of Cowboys fans fighting each other. After last year’s embarrassing loss in the Wild Card round, they did the same thing and fought each other after the game. Happens every year, along with a laundry list of other incidents throughout the regular season.
Anyone noticing a trend here? But sure, it’s Philadelphia that is the “dangerous” place to watch football. Got it.
I mean look at these losers just beating the crap out of their own because their football team can’t win a meaningful game. It’s honestly pathetic. Not to mention, a 3v1 is never a good look. If you’re one of the three, you just look soft beating the crap out of a single person, even more so if you’re jumping in to sneak your opponent like the guys in the video above just so you can say after the fact that you got a punch or two in when really, you had nothing to do with the entire situation in the first place.
Of course, there’s a guy in a Ceedee Lamb jersey kicking the poor guy on the ground when he poses no threat to anyone. All this while someone off camera is screaming “Stay down!” That strategy was clearly not going to work when a sociopath wearing number 88 is rearing up to kick your head cleaner than Brett Maher kicked any extra point this postseason.
Don’t worry though, I’m sure the national media will be full of stories about how scary Philadelphia is for visiting fans this week, and completely ignore how Cowboys fans treated their own.
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