The fabric of America's Team is tattered, frayed, and withering away. You can not possibly imagine how many Bears jerseys were at that game last night. It was Soldier Field in Arlington. The lower bowl was about 35-40 percent Bears fans, but the upper deck was probably 60+ percent Bears fans. It was nauseating. This is becoming an increasingly bothersome problem at Cowboys Stadium. The Giants, Eagles, Steelers, and Saints will do the same thing this year. More and more, opposing teams are owning our stadium in striking numbers. Last night, I kid you not, I sat in the middle of about 50 Bears fans in my section alone. They were laughing themselves, shocked at how "home team" this felt for them. I'm sitting in my Cowboys jersey getting jeered like I had flown to Chicago for last night's game. And yep, I blame this entirely on Jerry. Just like the Drunk Hillbilly was walking around in the locker room after the game patting everybody on the butt and telling them everything's OK, the man is truly oblivious to reality. He sits there in his perch like Joaquin Phoenix in Gladiator, surveying his Colisseum, only to see the supposed sacrificial prisoners toy with his beloved hometown gladiators, publicly skewering them for all to see. Even Jerry was surrounded with Bears fans below him. Tons of them. Does he not notice this and ask why? When you pay $75K per seat license down there, there's no way to get your money back by selling your tickets. So why are people selling their seats in droves? I think the answer is simple. Nobody feels confident in how this franchise is run, and what kind of performance they're going to see if they go. NO ONE likes to sit there in their home stadium, game after game, and get laughed at by the opposing team's fans as they accurately point out the lack of accountability from our owner, and the consistent inconsistency that produces. Strength comes in numbers, so when they see they're not the minority, wow, do they get obnoxiously and confidently loud. Four weeks from now, the Giants will move in and take over our stadium next. Oh, goody, I can't wait. 0-3 against the Giants in this stadium. 0-4 against the Eagles, including the last two here. 0-2 against Chicago. Ugly struggles against the hapless Redskins, and ugly losses to the Jaguars, Lions, Saints, Chargers, etc. Cowboys Stadium is a house of horrors for the home team. And there Jerry sits, inebriated and delusional, beaming with pride over the worst home field "advantage" in the NFL. Such a helpless feeling, watching your lifelong team be run into the ground by the bubba version of Don King, and to know he doesn't care so long as the beers and concessions are flowing. Set the loss aside. Such things happen. But the manner, the aura, underlying feel of this organization is discomposing into something I may no longer recognize before long. For the first time, I'm considering selling my tickets, too. I'll hold out as long as I can.