I was very disappointed yesterday, yes, even shocked, at what my all-time favorite player had to say on ESPN when discussing Terrell Owens. He began with the "now that he's on our side, let's get behind him" mantra. Then, what he said next sent a jolt of disbelief through me. The following is a paraphrase: "Cowboys' fans, including myself, were very upset at him when he desecrated the star, and our stadium....but, now, we can cheer him on while he desecrates other teams' stadiums." WWWHHHAAATTT!!!................... Say it ain't so, Emmitt! So, when he shows terrible sportsmanship to us, it's uncalled for, and there's no place in sports for that kind of behavior...kinda like what you said, Emmitt, after he dissed the Star. However, when he's wearing the Silver & Blue, anything goes? No way! How can we call ourselves Cowboy fans with pride the first time he mocks a players' victory dance, as he did to Ray Lewis last year after scoring TDs against the Ravens....or when he insinuates his former QB is a faggot, like he did to Jeff Garcia two years ago,.....or even now, when he writes rap songs & books, berating his former team, the Eagles, for what he brought on himself?? ......etc., etc. Come on, Emmitt. It's one thing to speak out supporting the jerk, now that he's a Cowboy. It's another to commend his juvenile, unsportsmanlike conduct we've all witnessed, on the field, & in front of the cameras for years. After all, the children of our country are still watching and listening to you, Emmitt. "Anything goes, as long as you're on my team". Is this the message you want to send them?