How ’bout NOT them Cowboys? A new national survey by Public Policy Polling says that America now prefers the Green Bay Packers.
Yesterday, Davis told a radio station that she’s a Cowboys fan, which led the Abbott campaign to call her a flip-flopper, in one of the sillier press releases of this campaign season.
When the former Longhorns star is actively tweeting to the team that they need to give him a call—and Houston rapper Slim Thug is offering to pick him up and drive him to the facilities—it’s fair to wonder whether or not Vince Young could actually help the Houston Texans.
Our schadenfreude-obsessed culture is focused on the Governor of New Jersey’s embrace of Jerry Jones and the pass interference penalty that wasn’t—but after winning their first playoff game in half a decade, the Cowboys are focused on the Packers.
Ryan Fitzpatrick’s leash just got a whole lot shorter, Tony Romo’s former backup just got a whole lot richer, and Texans fans who shudder the names “Schaub” and “Carr” just got a whole lot more reasons to laugh at the potential San Antonio Raiders.
After blowing a 23-point halftime lead to lose at home to a Green Bay Packers team led by a quarterback who wasn’t even on the roster a month ago, the question is very much in the air.
*Except the shoplifting running backs, declining national popularity, opponents preparing for Ebola, etc.
The sometimes controversial “Air Raid” offense guru, who has coached everywhere from Copperas Cove High School to (most recently) DII McMurry in Abilene, joins June Jones’ staff as assistant head coach and passing game coordinator.