We all love the NFL. When our team wins it can set us up for the whole of the next week. But equally, when our team loses, it can feel like the end of the world.
But there are always those fans out there that take defeats less well than the majority, and therefore they act out accordingly when the devastation of defeat strikes them.
One particular Dallas Cowboys fan took things way too far last Sunday when the Cowboys lost to the Washington Redskins 20-17. This fan went so far that rather than tasting the devastation of defeat, this fan channeled his feelings into the destruction of defeat, by completely destroying his own basement in anger, according to reports.
A video of the irrational fan destroying his own basement after the Cowboys defeat against the Redskins can be SEEN ON THIS LINK.
WARNING, there are plenty of expletives in this video.
- Dallas Cowboys should have gambled everything on Suh trade
- Jerry Jones decided Tony Romo would play after injury
- Michael Sam waived by the Dallas Cowboys
To say that this outburst was over the top would be an understatement of epic proportions. Even if it was the Super Bowl it would be a little insane. But it's week eight of the season, and win or lose the Cowboys are still doing really well.
I suppose what may have got to him is the fact that Dallas lost to Washington. I mean the Redskins are pretty terrible right now, and the Cowboys should have been able to roll them over.
Still hope for Dallas
Despite the disappointing defeat to Washington, the Cowboys have a great opportunity to win the NFC East this season.
At 6-2, the Cowboys are way ahead of where they thought they would be after so called experts wrote them off before the start of the season. Their defense has stood up and in DeMarco Murray, they have currently the most productive running back in the NFL.
Things are looking bright for the Dallas Cowboys, even if this fan doesn't think so, you better believe it.
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