I'm from Jersey and over here, pretty much everybody's a Giants fan. Sure you have the occasional Jets fan who swears their team is the best, but they're a rarity.
But even up here in the dirty Jers, you'll drive by a few houses flying flags that rep the Cowboys. I mean, I never knew we had such a sizable demographic of Dallas lovers in the tri-state area, so much so that people have even written about this strange phenomenon, but it turns out that Cowboys fans are everywhere.
Everywhere except this recent primetime game they had against the Redskins. Which has people saying a lot about what this means for the Cowboys.
The teams' middling records probably had something to do with the fact that there weren't many people in attendance, but some people on Twitter had different theories.
But it was enough of a disparity from the other games that people definitely took notice. Surely traffic couldn't have been that bad?
And this Eagles fan couldn't help but gloat. As one of those fans put it, "Imagine your team not filling half the stadium for a primetime game. Can't relate." Ugh, we get it.
It just wasn't a good look for the mighty franchise.
Fans were saying that they've been to high school football games with higher turnouts and honestly, I have too.
Are fair weather fans to blame?
Is there honor in standing by a losing team? Probably. I mean, think about how happy you'll be once your franchise actually wins the championship.
Remember Bill Murray's face when the Cubs finally took home the pennant after so many decades?
I'd say it's worth having some loyalty. So you'll see me ecstatic when the Raiders win the Super Bowl. The Steelers would be nice, too.