The Dallas Cowboys missed the playoffs this season despite starting the 3-0, having a talented roster, and having dreams of a possible Super Bowl berth. That eventually led them to firing their head coach Jason Garrett and replace him with Mike McCarthy, who was the head coach of the Green Bay Packers from 2006 to 2018.
Many fans wanted someone better than McCarthy, while others pumped their chest to the news.
For that reason, it led to sportscaster Dale Hanser comparing supporters of President Donald Trump to one of the most popular fan bases in all of sports.
“This Dallas Cowboys season is a perfect metaphor for life in America now,” Hansen said in a video by MSNBC. “No matter how matter how bad the Cowboys are, how much they disappoint, the promises they don’t keep, the embarrassing performances game after the game, the apparently do just enough so the loyalty of the Cowboys fan never waivers. No matter how many outrageous claims to greatness the man in charge will make so many he appears to be delusional at times. The lies they tell, the question they refuse to answer, the laws and rules they break, the incompetent people they hire only to be fired, it’s never their fault.”
The Dallas Cowboys have made their playoffs just 3 times since 2010, with the franchise only having 3 playoff victories since 1996.
It has been downright embarrassing for a franchise who last heyday was in the 90’s, something the fan base continues to hold onto and they will continue to come out and support the team regardless of the product on the field and the broken promises in the front office.
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