Fans of the Dallas Cowboys are a faithful bunch. It’s the main reason why America’s Team remains one of the most popular franchises in all of sports despite not winning a Super Bowl in over 25 years.
Since the team’s last championship, the Cowboys have only been to the playoffs 10 times. And in that 25-year span, they’ve only come away with a total of four postseason victories and have yet to reach the NFC Championship game again. Still, the Cowboys seem as popular as ever.
Cowboys fans fill opposing team’s stadiums on the regular and are unafraid to do so. The boldness of this fanbase is never more evident than when they cross over into enemy territory. Especially against NFC East rivals.
A recent example is a video that has surfaced on Twitter. In the below Tweet, you can witness a proud Cowboys fan infiltrating the training camp of the Washington Football Team and trolling its fanbase.
Wearing a classic Jason Witten jersey, the Cowboy fan in the above video taunts a large mass of Washington fans in their own training camp in Richmond, VA. He sarcastically proclaims he has the Cowboys on speed dial and he’s recording video of practices to send to Dan Quinn’s computer. Quinn, of course, was hired as the new defensive coordinator in Dallas this offseason.
The fan properly finishes off his troll job by wiping the sweat off his head with what appears to be a yellow Washington towel.
Last season, the Washington Football Team was actually able to capture the divisional title despite posting a losing record of 7-9. The Cowboys ended last year with a 6-10 record after losing their starting quarterback, Dak Prescott, to an ankle injury in Week Five.
Regardless of how the team performs, Cowboys fans always seem to possess a certain bravado. That’s likely due to the fact they are one of only four NFL teams to win five or more Super Bowls. The other teams being the New England Patriots (6), Pittsburgh Steelers (6), and the San Francisco 49ers (5).
The Dallas Cowboys have hoisted the Lombardi Trophies five times. They posted Super Bowl victories in 1971, 1977, 1992, 1993, and 1995, although they’ve been to the big game eight times.