Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by Rockport, Jun 7, 2014.
Are always negative? It's very telling actually?
Why do you let it get to you? Everyone is entitled to their opinion. It's what we as a country are founded on.
Founded on negativity?
And then they call it Realism
Winning would help that problem for some, but not all.
Winning solves everything.
For MOST fans
I'm going to guess it's because this era of Cowboys football is the worst in it's history.
I don't know what you're getting at. If we're winning Super Bowls, there isn't a fan out there that's going to have a problem with it. The world isn't so black and white. You can be a huge fan, and still be critical of the way your team is run. You don't have to either love them or hate them, there's plenty of room in between.
I don't think so. That's just an easy excuse. I think the die hard negative Nancy's here will always be negative. True colors come out in the hard times.
Worse than the Campo era?
I just don't view the world as being that black and white. Fans spend a lot of money, time, and heart on their team. When the team isn't producing, I have no problem with fans being unhappy with the team, it's just part of being a fan.
At least in the Campo era, we knew we stunk. This is worse because they show flashes of being great, then break out hearts. On paper, we have (and have had) a heck of a team, they just can't put it together.
There will still be some in their happiness that have to be negative.
There is no doubt that a lot of negativity is justified with this team, but not all of it thats posted here.
We have one playoff win in 17 years, and have gone 8-8 three straight years, it isn't being negative, its being realistic.
However you spin your negativity for yourself is strictly up to you.
I'm talking about the last nearly 20 years.
We are structured the same, nothing changes. So you'd have to be completely clueless to not be negative during this time.
That's just internet message boards. Go to any teams message board, and you'll see a lot of the same. Any time you get thousands of people together, you're going to get hit with every possible end of the spectrum.
It's kind of funny how offended you are by people who don't share your optimistic views. Is this just an internet thing, or does this carry over to your life outside of the message board?
I'm the first to admit to wearing rose-colored glasses.