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Re: Dallas Cowboys

Postby ctz31 » 25 Nov 2016, 11:16

Briandong79 wrote:These guys are pretty good.


Meh. Kite and the other mouthbreathers aren't whining yet about the attention dak is getting. You're still bush league. Get a couple commercials, then we'll talk.
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Re: Dallas Cowboys

Postby Gregs Kite » 25 Nov 2016, 11:36

Oh good, ctz is here whining.

I like this Cowboys team, nice little system you got going on. Really, really enjoying it.
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Re: Dallas Cowboys

Postby Gaylord2 » 02 Dec 2016, 00:38

Query for Cowboy fans -

You guys know you're frontrunners, right?


I mean at least when Simmons and Gregs found out Boston had a football team back in February 2002, they saw the chance to be like their heroes - New York Yankees fans, and hopped aboard and at least rooted for their own city. (That gay looking guy is the quarterback?? WHoooo, he's the greatest, Let's go buy some Uggs!!!)

Not to single out Dong, as all Cowboy fans are similarly terrible, but isn't he from Iowa? What possible non-frontrunner reason does he have to be a Cowboys fan? And they all have some crazy excuse for being Cowboys fans - "well, back in 1991 I met a guy from Dallas, and we had a nice talk and made a real connection, so I did some soul searching and decided to root for the team that won the Super Bowl every year."

Man, I hate the Cowboys...
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Re: Dallas Cowboys

Postby SouthernYokel » 02 Dec 2016, 08:48

Gaylord2 wrote:Query for Cowboy fans -

You guys know you're frontrunners, right?


I mean at least when Simmons and Gregs found out Boston had a football team back in February 2002, they saw the chance to be like their heroes - New York Yankees fans, and hopped aboard and at least rooted for their own city. (That gay looking guy is the quarterback?? WHoooo, he's the greatest, Let's go buy some Uggs!!!)

Not to single out Dong, as all Cowboy fans are similarly terrible, but isn't he from Iowa? What possible non-frontrunner reason does he have to be a Cowboys fan? And they all have some crazy excuse for being Cowboys fans - "well, back in 1991 I met a guy from Dallas, and we had a nice talk and made a real connection, so I did some soul searching and decided to root for the team that won the Super Bowl every year."

Man, I hate the Cowboys...


Pittsburgh is the same. "i had a sandwich from Primanti bros once!"
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Re: Dallas Cowboys

Postby Theny » 02 Dec 2016, 09:11

SouthernYokel wrote:
Gaylord2 wrote:Query for Cowboy fans -

You guys know you're frontrunners, right?


I mean at least when Simmons and Gregs found out Boston had a football team back in February 2002, they saw the chance to be like their heroes - New York Yankees fans, and hopped aboard and at least rooted for their own city. (That gay looking guy is the quarterback?? WHoooo, he's the greatest, Let's go buy some Uggs!!!)

Not to single out Dong, as all Cowboy fans are similarly terrible, but isn't he from Iowa? What possible non-frontrunner reason does he have to be a Cowboys fan? And they all have some crazy excuse for being Cowboys fans - "well, back in 1991 I met a guy from Dallas, and we had a nice talk and made a real connection, so I did some soul searching and decided to root for the team that won the Super Bowl every year."

Man, I hate the Cowboys...


Pittsburgh is the same. "i had a sandwich from Primanti bros once!"


Dallas is at least understandable. Much of the center of the country has no NFL teams. Actually Green Bay is the worst in this regard.
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Re: Dallas Cowboys

Postby Briandong79 » 02 Dec 2016, 09:26

Theny wrote:
SouthernYokel wrote:
Gaylord2 wrote:Query for Cowboy fans -

You guys know you're frontrunners, right?


I mean at least when Simmons and Gregs found out Boston had a football team back in February 2002, they saw the chance to be like their heroes - New York Yankees fans, and hopped aboard and at least rooted for their own city. (That gay looking guy is the quarterback?? WHoooo, he's the greatest, Let's go buy some Uggs!!!)

Not to single out Dong, as all Cowboy fans are similarly terrible, but isn't he from Iowa? What possible non-frontrunner reason does he have to be a Cowboys fan? And they all have some crazy excuse for being Cowboys fans - "well, back in 1991 I met a guy from Dallas, and we had a nice talk and made a real connection, so I did some soul searching and decided to root for the team that won the Super Bowl every year."

Man, I hate the Cowboys...


Pittsburgh is the same. "i had a sandwich from Primanti bros once!"


Dallas is at least understandable. Much of the center of the country has no NFL teams. Actually Green Bay is the worst in this regard.


I've repeated my story of being a Cowboys fan many times. I had hand me down Tony Dorsett pajamas when I was little and thought they were cool. A bunch of teams about equidistant from my home didn't give me any particular reason to root for any of them. The first year I really started following football was 89 when they were 1-15. I've followed them since. I don't really feel the need to justify it further.
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Re: Dallas Cowboys

Postby SouthernYokel » 02 Dec 2016, 09:39

Briandong79 wrote:
Theny wrote:
SouthernYokel wrote:
Gaylord2 wrote:Query for Cowboy fans -

You guys know you're frontrunners, right?


I mean at least when Simmons and Gregs found out Boston had a football team back in February 2002, they saw the chance to be like their heroes - New York Yankees fans, and hopped aboard and at least rooted for their own city. (That gay looking guy is the quarterback?? WHoooo, he's the greatest, Let's go buy some Uggs!!!)

Not to single out Dong, as all Cowboy fans are similarly terrible, but isn't he from Iowa? What possible non-frontrunner reason does he have to be a Cowboys fan? And they all have some crazy excuse for being Cowboys fans - "well, back in 1991 I met a guy from Dallas, and we had a nice talk and made a real connection, so I did some soul searching and decided to root for the team that won the Super Bowl every year."

Man, I hate the Cowboys...


Pittsburgh is the same. "i had a sandwich from Primanti bros once!"


Dallas is at least understandable. Much of the center of the country has no NFL teams. Actually Green Bay is the worst in this regard.


I've repeated my story of being a Cowboys fan many times. I had hand me down Tony Dorsett pajamas when I was little and thought they were cool. A bunch of teams about equidistant from my home didn't give me any particular reason to root for any of them. The first year I really started following football was 89 when they were 1-15. I've followed them since. I don't really feel the need to justify it further.


Were you a cubs fan then? The Ditka bears didn't do it for you? I mean...I liked the Ditka bears from here. (you can be a cowboys fan, it's ok with me, you have my permission)
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Re: Dallas Cowboys

Postby ctz31 » 02 Dec 2016, 09:41

SouthernYokel wrote:
Briandong79 wrote:
Theny wrote:
SouthernYokel wrote:
Gaylord2 wrote:Query for Cowboy fans -

You guys know you're frontrunners, right?


I mean at least when Simmons and Gregs found out Boston had a football team back in February 2002, they saw the chance to be like their heroes - New York Yankees fans, and hopped aboard and at least rooted for their own city. (That gay looking guy is the quarterback?? WHoooo, he's the greatest, Let's go buy some Uggs!!!)

Not to single out Dong, as all Cowboy fans are similarly terrible, but isn't he from Iowa? What possible non-frontrunner reason does he have to be a Cowboys fan? And they all have some crazy excuse for being Cowboys fans - "well, back in 1991 I met a guy from Dallas, and we had a nice talk and made a real connection, so I did some soul searching and decided to root for the team that won the Super Bowl every year."

Man, I hate the Cowboys...


Pittsburgh is the same. "i had a sandwich from Primanti bros once!"


Dallas is at least understandable. Much of the center of the country has no NFL teams. Actually Green Bay is the worst in this regard.


I've repeated my story of being a Cowboys fan many times. I had hand me down Tony Dorsett pajamas when I was little and thought they were cool. A bunch of teams about equidistant from my home didn't give me any particular reason to root for any of them. The first year I really started following football was 89 when they were 1-15. I've followed them since. I don't really feel the need to justify it further.


Were you a cubs fan then? The Ditka bears didn't do it for you? I mean...I liked the Ditka bears from here. (you can be a cowboys fan, it's ok with me, you have my permission)


Laker and yankee fan ctz also gives you permission :lol: /jitz
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Re: Dallas Cowboys

Postby Briandong79 » 02 Dec 2016, 09:53

SouthernYokel wrote:
Briandong79 wrote:
Theny wrote:
SouthernYokel wrote:
Gaylord2 wrote:Query for Cowboy fans -

You guys know you're frontrunners, right?


I mean at least when Simmons and Gregs found out Boston had a football team back in February 2002, they saw the chance to be like their heroes - New York Yankees fans, and hopped aboard and at least rooted for their own city. (That gay looking guy is the quarterback?? WHoooo, he's the greatest, Let's go buy some Uggs!!!)

Not to single out Dong, as all Cowboy fans are similarly terrible, but isn't he from Iowa? What possible non-frontrunner reason does he have to be a Cowboys fan? And they all have some crazy excuse for being Cowboys fans - "well, back in 1991 I met a guy from Dallas, and we had a nice talk and made a real connection, so I did some soul searching and decided to root for the team that won the Super Bowl every year."

Man, I hate the Cowboys...


Pittsburgh is the same. "i had a sandwich from Primanti bros once!"


Dallas is at least understandable. Much of the center of the country has no NFL teams. Actually Green Bay is the worst in this regard.


I've repeated my story of being a Cowboys fan many times. I had hand me down Tony Dorsett pajamas when I was little and thought they were cool. A bunch of teams about equidistant from my home didn't give me any particular reason to root for any of them. The first year I really started following football was 89 when they were 1-15. I've followed them since. I don't really feel the need to justify it further.


Were you a cubs fan then? The Ditka bears didn't do it for you? I mean...I liked the Ditka bears from here. (you can be a cowboys fan, it's ok with me, you have my permission)


Yes, I was. My brother was also a Cowboys fan so that led to it a bit too (and given that he's older than me, that's probably a bit more of a direct frontrunner). Don't know why I didn't get into the Bears, most of the guys in my neighborhood were Bears fans.

My front runner team was unquestionably the Lakers, though ironically the biggest bandwagon team in the area was actually the local team in Jordan's Bulls. My Lakers fandom was nearly 100% driven by Magic being my favorite athlete ever which is why I keep only a passing interest these days.
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Re: Dallas Cowboys

Postby Gaylord2 » 02 Dec 2016, 10:51

Briandong79 wrote:
SouthernYokel wrote:
Briandong79 wrote:
Theny wrote:
SouthernYokel wrote:
Gaylord2 wrote:Query for Cowboy fans -

You guys know you're frontrunners, right?


I mean at least when Simmons and Gregs found out Boston had a football team back in February 2002, they saw the chance to be like their heroes - New York Yankees fans, and hopped aboard and at least rooted for their own city. (That gay looking guy is the quarterback?? WHoooo, he's the greatest, Let's go buy some Uggs!!!)

Not to single out Dong, as all Cowboy fans are similarly terrible, but isn't he from Iowa? What possible non-frontrunner reason does he have to be a Cowboys fan? And they all have some crazy excuse for being Cowboys fans - "well, back in 1991 I met a guy from Dallas, and we had a nice talk and made a real connection, so I did some soul searching and decided to root for the team that won the Super Bowl every year."

Man, I hate the Cowboys...


Pittsburgh is the same. "i had a sandwich from Primanti bros once!"


Dallas is at least understandable. Much of the center of the country has no NFL teams. Actually Green Bay is the worst in this regard.


I've repeated my story of being a Cowboys fan many times. I had hand me down Tony Dorsett pajamas when I was little and thought they were cool. A bunch of teams about equidistant from my home didn't give me any particular reason to root for any of them. The first year I really started following football was 89 when they were 1-15. I've followed them since. I don't really feel the need to justify it further.


Were you a cubs fan then? The Ditka bears didn't do it for you? I mean...I liked the Ditka bears from here. (you can be a cowboys fan, it's ok with me, you have my permission)


Yes, I was. My brother was also a Cowboys fan so that led to it a bit too (and given that he's older than me, that's probably a bit more of a direct frontrunner). Don't know why I didn't get into the Bears, most of the guys in my neighborhood were Bears fans.

My front runner team was unquestionably the Lakers, though ironically the biggest bandwagon team in the area was actually the local team in Jordan's Bulls. My Lakers fandom was nearly 100% driven by Magic being my favorite athlete ever which is why I keep only a passing interest these days.


Thank you for addressing Dong - the Tony Dorsett pajamas is a perfect example of flimsy Cowboy fan excuses.

One of my old co-workers roots for them because Danny White was the only Mormon QB back in the 80s or something, I enjoy hearing the justifications... At least you didn't switch to a Patriots fan in the 2000s, so that is something.
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Re: Dallas Cowboys

Postby Goose » 02 Dec 2016, 11:19

Maybe you're too young Gaylord, but it's easy enough to become a Cowboys (or any other front running) fan if the timing is right. When my brother and I were kids I was a Steelers fan and he was a Cowboys fan. I was born in '70 and he was born in '71. The Steelers and Cowboys won 5 of the 6 SBs between 1975 and 1980 and the Cowboys lost two of those against the Steelers. So in the late '70's when you'd get two games on Sunday and one game on Monday, with no ESPN, no internet and no Red Zone, you'd get a healthy dose of Steelers and Cowboys games and expect one or both to make the SB every year. And if you grew up in Tampa where your team won 22 of 76 games in that time period (10 of them in 1979), it's very easy to jump on a bandwagon.

Eventually we both grew out of it.

I'm not sure what's wrong with Dong, though. :mrgreen:
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Re: Dallas Cowboys

Postby TVF wannabe » 02 Dec 2016, 11:24

Goose wrote:Maybe you're too young Gaylord, but it's easy enough to become a Cowboys (or any other front running) fan if the timing is right. When my brother and I were kids I was a Steelers fan and he was a Cowboys fan. I was born in '70 and he was born in '71. The Steelers and Cowboys won 5 of the 6 SBs between 1975 and 1980 and the Cowboys lost two of those against the Steelers. So in the late '70's when you'd get two games on Sunday and one game on Monday, with no ESPN, no internet and no Red Zone, you'd get a healthy dose of Steelers and Cowboys games and expect one or both to make the SB every year. And if you grew up in Tampa where your team won 22 of 76 games in that time period (10 of them in 1979), it's very easy to jump on a bandwagon.

Eventually we both grew out of it.

I'm not sure what's wrong with Dong, though. :mrgreen:


Half the NFL fans your age are either Cowboys or Steeler fans with the Raisers and Packers having a fair amount too. Everyone else stunk and from what I've heard they played good games not necessarily local games on TV.
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Re: Dallas Cowboys

Postby CourtesyFlush » 02 Dec 2016, 11:29

Goose wrote:Maybe you're too young Gaylord, but it's easy enough to become a Cowboys (or any other front running) fan if the timing is right. When my brother and I were kids I was a Steelers fan and he was a Cowboys fan. I was born in '70 and he was born in '71. The Steelers and Cowboys won 5 of the 6 SBs between 1975 and 1980 and the Cowboys lost two of those against the Steelers. So in the late '70's when you'd get two games on Sunday and one game on Monday, with no ESPN, no internet and no Red Zone, you'd get a healthy dose of Steelers and Cowboys games and expect one or both to make the SB every year. And if you grew up in Tampa where your team won 22 of 76 games in that time period (10 of them in 1979), it's very easy to jump on a bandwagon.

Eventually we both grew out of it.

I'm not sure what's wrong with Dong, though. :mrgreen:

We got the Redskins in the Raleigh area when I was getting old enough to watch football with my dad regularly (early 80s). They started winning Super Bowls with Coach Joe and voila I was a Skins fan before the Panthers came along.
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Re: Dallas Cowboys

Postby mj3528 » 02 Dec 2016, 11:30

TVF wannabe wrote:
Goose wrote:Maybe you're too young Gaylord, but it's easy enough to become a Cowboys (or any other front running) fan if the timing is right. When my brother and I were kids I was a Steelers fan and he was a Cowboys fan. I was born in '70 and he was born in '71. The Steelers and Cowboys won 5 of the 6 SBs between 1975 and 1980 and the Cowboys lost two of those against the Steelers. So in the late '70's when you'd get two games on Sunday and one game on Monday, with no ESPN, no internet and no Red Zone, you'd get a healthy dose of Steelers and Cowboys games and expect one or both to make the SB every year. And if you grew up in Tampa where your team won 22 of 76 games in that time period (10 of them in 1979), it's very easy to jump on a bandwagon.

Eventually we both grew out of it.

I'm not sure what's wrong with Dong, though. :mrgreen:


Half the NFL fans your age are either Cowboys or Steeler fans with the Raisers and Packers having a fair amount too. Everyone else stunk and from what I've heard they played good games not necessarily local games on TV.


I was born in that era. I was always a Browns fan even when they were terrible. ctz and I see eye to eye on this. However, I did like the Raiders because it seemed like they were the only team that could beat the Steelers. Red Right 88 took away from some of that affinity.
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Re: Dallas Cowboys

Postby CourtesyFlush » 02 Dec 2016, 11:36

mj3528 wrote:
TVF wannabe wrote:
Goose wrote:Maybe you're too young Gaylord, but it's easy enough to become a Cowboys (or any other front running) fan if the timing is right. When my brother and I were kids I was a Steelers fan and he was a Cowboys fan. I was born in '70 and he was born in '71. The Steelers and Cowboys won 5 of the 6 SBs between 1975 and 1980 and the Cowboys lost two of those against the Steelers. So in the late '70's when you'd get two games on Sunday and one game on Monday, with no ESPN, no internet and no Red Zone, you'd get a healthy dose of Steelers and Cowboys games and expect one or both to make the SB every year. And if you grew up in Tampa where your team won 22 of 76 games in that time period (10 of them in 1979), it's very easy to jump on a bandwagon.

Eventually we both grew out of it.

I'm not sure what's wrong with Dong, though. :mrgreen:


Half the NFL fans your age are either Cowboys or Steeler fans with the Raisers and Packers having a fair amount too. Everyone else stunk and from what I've heard they played good games not necessarily local games on TV.


I was born in that era. I was always a Browns fan even when they were terrible. ctz and I see eye to eye on this. However, I did like the Raiders because it seemed like they were the only team that could beat the Steelers. Red Right 88 took away from some of that affinity.

JT, you're a GD genius for switching to the Steelers and getting out. Kudos, honky.
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