The Green Bay Packers beat the Dallas Cowboys in an NFC playoff showdown on Sunday.
The Cowboys — who had not lost a road game all year — fell to Green Bay 26-21 after officials overturned a 31-yard Dez Bryant reception. The 4th-down pass would have set up Dallas on the one yard line with just under two minutes to score a go-ahead touchdown. Instead, the controversial call turned the ball over, and Jerry Jones and company were forced to watch the Packers run out the clock.
Needless to say, Cowboys fans were not enthused.
Isn’t that just normal behavior for Cowboys’ fans?
Jokes aside, I feel these guys’ pain. Your team is driving down the field. Your best player makes an amazing, game-saving catch, but the rule Nazis over at the NFL overturn it. BOOM! Season’s over.
Fighting is the only way to blow off that much pent-up aggression. If that Green Bay fan didn’t want to get his ass whooped, he shouldn’t have been wearing that pretty Packers jersey.