Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by khiladi, Nov 13, 2013.
Our current reality we got to deal with...
I recommend holding your breath until Garrett is fired.
Hahaha thats great
Yeah, I died when I saw it..
I think it's more like waiting for Jerry Jones to lose God mode in the Cowboys organization..
Let's see how it goes if we blow this division. Jerry might have a change of mind if that happens
Come on, the Boys will be back in two weeks and will be traveling to New Jersey to play the Giants. I know no Zoner is going to miss that one.
Don't you mean Jerry?
Jason, is that you?
Excellent advice. Wish some would try.
LOL, ain't that the truth......but.with Jason you may lose a bit of hair, but with Jerry, I can see it........as a matter of fact, the bottom pic looks like Jerry on Monday morning. Now that I think about it, hope my healthcare plan covers manic depression, cosmetic surgery, hair transplant, eyeball replacement and dental.
I used to not be able to sleep with anticipation for the upcoming games.
I moved away from my entire family to become a season ticket holder 11 years ago.
Now I don't even want to go to the games anymore. I don't even have the desire to even read about the team anymore.
I never thought I would get to this point where I don't care at all but I guess I have.
You, sir, have been Jerry-ed.
If it's any consolation, he hears your frustrations and he'll hold himself accountable by doing the same thing next year.
Better than holding your breath until Garrett wins a super bowl.
Wow. Sucks to be you.
It stinks watching this team blow it year after year but Ive never gotten to that point and I'm quite certain I never will.
I get up for every game. Excited to watch even if it's a game, like Sunday, that I really didn't have any belief going in that we'd realistically win. Still love the team and love rooting for them. If I was fortunate enough to be a season ticket hold I'd go to every single game without fail and love the fact was blessed enough to do so.
Maybe its because when I started watching the Cowboys as a kid they absolutely stunk and so I don't have sort of feelings of entitlement to them being good/great every single year. In fat this team has been terrible, or at least bad, far more that has been great during the time frame of my life when I was old enough to watch football and actually care.
I've never not enjoyed being a Cowboys fan, despite the frustrations, and again I doubt I'm ever not going to enjoy being a Cowboys fan.
No, more like .... Waiting for Jerry Jones to step down.
Am I disappointed? Yes. Am I frustrated? Yes. Do I want change? Yes.
But I will NEVER give up on this team. Being a true fan requires this kind of support. I'm not a slave to Jerry Jones' product; I'm simply rooting on the franchise I cheered for as a youngster and learned the game of football by watching.
I consider myself "that kind" of fan. The same type of fans the Lions had when they were 0-16, for example. Times like that reveal who the real fans are. Maybe I'm stupid, naive, or disillusioned. But it's my attitude. I was there when Super Bowls were considered a birthright. I was there for three straight 5-11 seasons. And I was there the other night, for reasons even I'm not sure of, hoping against hope the Cowboys would score a touchdown after recovering an onside kick in a 35-17 ballgame that was over at halftime.
I'm also recommending that they do it under water so as not to cheat.
I haven't been as in to the team this year as before but not because I am less of a fan, more that my son has practices right in the middle of Sunday so if it is an early game, I have to record the second half and watch later, or if late game, watch the entire game later, loses a bit of lustre. Still I watch every game, keep thinking this is the game they will turn it around etc.
What can I say, I am a glutton for punishment.