Found January 14, 2013 on Football Nation:
Wow, how the mighty stay average. "America's Team" once again finishes .500 and has their season end with a resounding thud at the hands of rookie sensation Robert Griffin III and the Washington Redskins. It could not get any worse. Not only do you lose out on going to the playoffs, but to add insult to injury, to watch your Dallas Cowboys lose a winner take all divisional championship to some upstarts like the Redskins just really turns the knife. To watch Tony Romo turn into Tony "OH NO" once again under the pressure has got to sicken the fans that attend to watch the Cowboys, and the masses of Cowboys Nation that watch games on television to see their yearly debacles. The frustration can be felt and understood by many a sports fan. I think the best thing I can do to show support for the Cowboys Nation is try to show that I have empathy for their situation. I think that I can voice their frustration through a letter. Don't trip Cowboys Nation, I feel yo...
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