Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Zordon, Jul 16, 2013.
That would be the Washington Redskins unless you are defining recent times as one single year ago.
The difference is Cristiano Ronaldo went from man u to real Madrid . He took millions of fans with him . Those millions of fans generate massive $ in revenue / merchandise .
Funny, I insinuated this exact thing in the thread referencing the Cowboys Google search numbers as evidence of their popularity. It was my point that it was notoriety as much as popularity. I got blasted by some clowns.
We are the most polarized team in sports... #FACT!
Not that it matters what those clowns have to say about it, but there's little doubt the Cowboys are the flagship franchise in the NFL. 'Recent' success doesn't factor into things much, as the teams popularity has been more or less constant during those 'recent' seasons. And, overall, it's hard to argue with the franchises' rich history and all the great players and stories associated with it. There's a reason why we all post here during the dead of the long offseason, after all.
Smith has no credibility when it comes to sports. He's one of the most hypocritical journalist that I've ever seen.
For instance, he'll constantly make fun of Romo and the Cowboys but he always puts a positive spin on Michael Vick, even though Vick is a nothing more than an average QB.
He does this is basketball and football. He'll rail on a player/team that he doesn't like but he'll make every excuse in the world and praise the players/teams that he likes.
When the Cowboys win a divisional playoff game this year, the Stephen A. Smith varmints of the world are going to implode. How glorious that will be.
Finally, we appear to have a team worthy of its national attention again.