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Dallas Cowboys radio announcers Babe Laufenberg and Brad Sham were absolutely beside themselves after the Eagles pulled out their patented Brotherly Shove for yet another first down. Of course, in typical Cowboys fashion, they cried for their daddy to push to ban the play altogether.
lol— Nick Piccone (@_piccone) November 6, 2023
Cowboys radio: "You know, Stephen Jones is on the competition committee, right? He's got to stand up in that room and say 'WE NEED TO BAN THIS!'" pic.twitter.com/ugDjdqN60h
Pathetic. Truly pathetic.
How about instead of bitching and moaning to your ownership about how good the Eagles are, why don’t you beg your coaches and players to figure out how to stop the play?
There’s a lot of talent on that defense, but something tells me having your DPOY candidate Micah Parsons jump on top of the pile and crowd surf isn’t the best way to combat the tush push. Hell, one of the main mottos of football is “low man wins.” Seems pretty basic to me.
Sadly, the Cowboys radio announcers are just like every other fan and member of that sorry organization. When the going gets tough, they curl up in the fetal position and cry for their binky. Everything’s unfair and the world’s against them, but there’s nothing wrong with them.
I’ll say this, if you haven’t played in an NFC Championship Game in almost 30 years, maybe you’re the problem. Grow the fuck up.