Hello, Cowboys Nation! I’m extremely excited to announce that I’ve accepted the role of site editor with The Landry Hat. To be honest, it seems a little foolish to get on here and give myself some grand introduction. I’m just a diehard fan that has been given a tremendous opportunity to run a blog dedicated to the NFL’s flagship franchise. And, despite what anyone says, the Dallas Cowboys are still the NFL’s premier organization. No team in the game is more polarizing. Our team’s fans are deeply passionate, as are our enemies. However, no matter if you love or hate the Cowboys, they demand your attention. It is my goal to make this site a go to resource for all things Cowboys and an open forum for our knowledgeable fan base.
Now, if we could just get past this stupid lockout. I’m fed up with all of the greed and bickering. Training camp is just around the corner and it’s time for some football.
This brief post is just the tip of the iceberg. We at The Landry Hat and our esteemed network have some big things planned for the future. It’s been a special year for DFW sports and here’s hoping that the ‘Boys will add to that this fall and winter. Either way, The Landry Hat will be following closely and providing you, the reader, with insightful analysis in a fun and creative manner.
Here are a few things (out of many) that The Landry Hat holds to be true:
— The Landry Hat is a Cowboys blog and a classy fashion statement.
— The White House was a place for champions to gather and fellowship.
— Cliff Harris and Charlie Waters are two of the baddest, toughest dudes to ever roam a secondary.
— Rayfield Wright should’ve been elected into the Hall of Fame over a decade ago.
— Bullet Bob Hayes changed football. Years later, the Playmaker changed it again.
— The Herschel Walker trade was the finest front office move in the history of sports.
— Troy Aikman was better than Dan Marino. This is a fact.
— And, finally, Michael Irvin has never done anything wrong. His run-ins with the law have all been misunderstandings. This applies to the scissors incident – despite what Jeff Pearlman says. Who among us hasn’t accidentally stabbed a friend in the neck while giving them a haircut? As you’ll soon find out, my affinity for The Playmaker knows no limits.
I leave you today with this: