It’s okay to have a favorite player, coach, or staff member. In fact, it’s encouraged to play favorites.
You see, we all lay down top dollar for our favorite player’s merchandise. We follow their career, cheer him on, and probably know the player better than he knows himself.
It’s no secret that Michael Irvin, a Hall of Fame wide receiver, is my favorite Dallas Cowboy. There’s just something about that No. 88 jersey.
What’s your number?
Cowboys fan first, NFL fan second
This is an important one. Without the Dallas Cowboys, the NFL wouldn’t be the NFL it is today. Cause, you know, there’s even stars in their logo. Duh.
For us Cowboys people, Dallas news comes first. Whatever happens around the league is secondary news. That’s just the way it is. Once a fan, this really becomes second nature.
Once a member, always a member?
Before you decide to go all in with the Dallas Cowboys, be sure to read the small agreement header. Know that when you sign your name to be a fan, the rest of the community will have your back. On social media or in the flesh.
Should you walk away from the team you are done and won’t be welcomed back to the pack. If you leave to become one with another NFC East foe, you’re dead to us.