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    More: Fail, American football, Rashad Jennings, National Football League, Dallas Cowboys fans, social media, bad play, NBA buyout candidates, Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott  
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1306 clicks; posted to Sports » on 15 Oct 2020 at 6:55 AM (9 days ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2020-10-15 5:11:03 AM  
Every fan base has its share of idiots
 
2020-10-15 5:25:16 AM  

johnny_vegas: Every fan base has its share of idiots


Yes, but everything is bigger in Texas.
 
2020-10-15 7:23:20 AM  

johnny_vegas: Every fan base has its share of idiots


It takes superior idioting skills and a strong hive-mind to make the news like this though. These are not run of the mill idiots. These are not "when we get drunk in large numbers we do stupid things" idiots. These idiots are dedicated to their craft and deserve full credit for their work here.
 
2020-10-15 7:38:54 AM  

Combustion: johnny_vegas: Every fan base has its share of idiots

Yes, but everything is bigger in Texas.


Bra
Voe
 
2020-10-15 7:42:41 AM  
Remember him. Had a lot of injuries and played on bad teams.  It's why the RB position is so expendable these days.
 
2020-10-15 7:49:00 AM  
What if we not only crossed a Cowboys fan, but a Cowboys fan who had Dak on his fantasy team?  That would be awful.  The atheists and vegetarians and crossfitters would never get a word in.
 
2020-10-15 8:17:20 AM  
Journalistic integrity at it's finest. "I have to be first to publish this article! Screw the details or repercussions of being wrong, I have to be first!"
 
2020-10-15 8:55:40 AM  
It's not like he had a name plate on the back of his jersey or anything.
 
2020-10-15 9:48:28 AM  

Nana's Vibrator: What if we not only crossed a Cowboys fan, but a Cowboys fan who had Dak on his fantasy team?  That would be awful.  The atheists and vegetarians and crossfitters would never get a word in.


Vegans.
 
2020-10-15 10:13:36 AM  

Nana's Vibrator: What if we not only crossed a Cowboys fan, but a Cowboys fan who had Dak on his fantasy team?  That would be awful.  The atheists and vegetarians and crossfitters would never get a word in.


You forgot cyclists.

/ and Poland
 
2020-10-15 10:31:36 AM  
Social media mob targets player who has been retired for 3 seasons because he wore the same number as the player who Injured Dak Prescott.  I mean, they at least looked up the Jersey number, that is more research than most mobs require.
 
2020-10-15 10:36:04 AM  
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2020-10-15 2:35:55 PM  

v2micca: Social media mob "journalist" targets player who has been retired for 3 seasons because he wore the same number as the player who Injured Dak Prescott.  I mean, he at least looked up the Jersey number, that is more research and reading of the article than most "journalists" Farkers require.


Fixed it all up for you...for accuracy sake.  Which is ironic?
 
2020-10-15 4:07:59 PM  

Magnus: v2micca: Social media mob "journalist" targets player who has been retired for 3 seasons because he wore the same number as the player who Injured Dak Prescott.  I mean, he at least looked up the Jersey jersey number, that is more research and reading of the article than most "journalists" Farkers require.


FTFY
 
2020-10-15 8:38:29 PM  
So we let 'em off the hook, right?
 
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