The Dallas Cowboys' huge fan base is getting its voice back this season after a great start and LeBron James, one of America's Team's celebrity fans, isn't getting left behind.
The Dallas Cowboys improved their already impressive 2014 record to 5-1 this weekend when they went to World Champions the Seattle Seahawks and came away with a stunning 30-23 win.
After several years ranging from mediocrity to disaster it is no wonder Cowboys fans are keen to let the rest of the NFL just how good their team is looking right now after results like that - and NBA superstars clearly aren't above a little gloating either.
LeBron revelling in Cowboys run
James is a well known fan of the Dallas Cowboys, having been a guest at the AT&T on several occasions, and he wasn't going to pass up the chance to big up his team after their big win - taking to his official Instagram account to post this picture, and the following message:
"When someone says 'Man your Cowboys stink!!' I say 'Yeah I know we do sitting at 5-1. Hahaha' #WeDemBoyz #StriveForGreatness."
After four consecutive seasons without seeing the Cowboys post a winning record you can't really begrudge LeBron from making the most of Jason Garrett's team's incredible early season run.
Although some of the Cleveland Cavaliers star's loyal fan base weren't too impressed with his show of loyalty, with some commenting on LeBron's post that he faced being unfollowed after his Cowboys declaration.
Cowboys on a run
Many had expected Dallas' to give a good account of themselves during their trip to CenturyLink Fields - perhaps losing narrowly after a strong showing.
The Cowboys, backed by Demarco Murray's seemingly never ending top-class rushing performances and a defense on great form, had other ideas as they put the Seahawks to the sword. Their fifth win of the season saw the Cowboys become just the second team to come away from Seattle with a win during Pete Carroll's tenure.
Whether the famous franchise can continue their impressive run for the remainder of the season remains to be seen. But with five Ws on the board already playoff football looks almost certain to return to Dallas for the first time since 2009.
And if they go any further than that then you can expect plenty more gloating posts from LeBron James and the rest of the Cowboys nation in the months to come.