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(ESPN)   Dallas Cowboys are #1. It must be Hump Day   ( divider line
    More: Obvious, Cowboys, NFL, MLB teams, St. Louis Rams, New York Giants, Kansas City Chiefs, Texans, Arizona Cardinals  
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1504 clicks; posted to Sports » on 14 Aug 2013 at 3:43 PM (4 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2013-08-15 03:40:08 PM  
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Faith Logic Passion: The above is perfect evidence at the marketing skills of Jerry Jones. Look at how he's managed to hypnotize true believers like Lt. Cheese Weasel. No matter what, fans like him will have faith in the Cowboys year after year despite Jerry Jones' boneheaded moves, like resigning Tony "Mr. Interception" Romo to a long term contract. It's sad.

1. Mr Interception is 29th in history for pass interception ratio: m Ahead of scrubs like Eli Manning, Big Ben, Dan Marino, Troy Aikman, Kurt Warner, Johnny Unitas, etc. It's almost like "Mr. Interception" isn't a very fitting nickname for him at all.

2. So what if people like an unsuccessful team run by a tyrant. It's a big part of being a fan. Otherwise you're just a fair weather fan, and that's worse IMO. There's no reason for you to try to weaponize hope and pretend that thinking the best for things you like is in any way a bad thing. I don't think the Vikings are going to win the Super Bowl every year, but I do look at the schedule most years and guess that we've got a great shot at a deep playoff run. Why is that so bad?
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