Nov 22, 2012; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) on the bench after throwing an interception in the fourth quarter against the Washington Redskins on Thanksgiving at Cowboys Stadium. The Redskins beat the Cowboys 38-31. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

Does a Dallas Cowboys’ loss ruin your week?


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Does a Cowboys' loss ruin your week?

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  • stylz1996

    Sure does. I’m sick and tired if the boys always losing the ones that hurt the most.

  • stylz1996

    (Of the boys)

  • risk87105

    Even though it still ruins my week it happens so often now a days im starting to become numb to it

  • disqus_kLJwdEdnOL

    Personally, I am now use to the Cowboys losing critical games and I have come to accept it. Apparently, so are they.

    • grkorbel

      And what, exactly, leads you to think that while you have thrown n the towel and accept Dallas losing critical games, the players do? Guys who make the NFL are very much like fighter pilots: they get where they are because they are aggresive and despise losing.

  • ahilliard4

    Bears loss last year make me sick for a month! Can’t stand to see them lose a game like that. America’s team should never lose that bad. I guess I have high expectations as all Cowboy fans do.

  • grkorbel

    I find it a roller-coaster ride for the three hours of the telecast and than get back to the real world where people have lost jobs, homes, kids get cancer, and there are catastrophies like tsunami’s and earthquakes.

    Watching the Cowboys eliminated from the post season is like a minor burn. If Dallas losing a game or even the Super Bowl puts you into a prolonged funk, you’re either too young to have known real suffering or need your priorities readjusted because when you’re inside the “two-minute warning” of your own life I guarantee the Cowboys will not be on you radar as a major regret about your time on earth.

  • Richard Storm

    No, it does not ruin my week. Does it ruin my day? No…It does get my pissy for 2 to 3 hours, though….Then I think of something else, after that…

  • californy

    What bother me more is when player dont take these losses personal. Why would you want to ever settle for an 8-8 record as your current status or part of the future. It sicken me to think we have player who lack the motivation to be the best. I would never associated with these type of players in any type of business.

  • BradAustin

    Absolutely. At least from Monday-Thursday. I start each morning off with reading Cowboys news, and repeated kicks to the groin are no way to get a bright start on the day. LOL

    Come Friday new hope creeps in. Unless we lose going into a bye week, which is pure misery. Not only is the press negative for an extended period, but we also have to read useless coach-speak and multiple player quotes on how each day is a process. If you lose on Sunday, then the last 7 days of processes resulted in one big lump of failed processes.

    What is the biggest shame is I have begun to take small pleasures in solid play during losses. Like the Baltimore game last year. That’s just not the Cowboys way. .

  • http://www.facebook.com/steven.phillips.739 Steven Phillips

    I can’t stand it when the Cowboys lose! I am worthless until Wednesday after a loss!