I was born and raised a Dallas Cowboys fan. I probably came home in a Dallas Cowboys onesie. I really never bothered to ask that question of my parents but my father was such a fanatic, it may have actually been the case. The same with my two older brothers, in our house growing up, if you were not a Cowboys fan, you may have been disowned or kicked out. Lucky for those 2, they never had to find out!

I had a little Dallas Cowboys cheerleader silk jacket back in the day that someone gifted me and I swore when I grew up I was going to be an actual cheerleader for the team.When I was around 10 or 11, I became a cheerleader for the Boys Club football league and insisted that my mom get me on the cowboys team so I could be a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader. My mom was the real MVP because she did!

So cut to 2022, still a fan, DC4L and despite high hopes for the Dallas Cowboys season this year, yesterday, unfortunately things came to an end for America's Team. Same stuff, different year...however, my afternoon was made with the chica who apparently was an even bigger fan than many of us!

'Crying girl' was all over our tv's if you watched the game. I kept telling my family this poor chica has cried through the whole game. The cameras found her early on and kept showing her crying for her beloved Cowboys. I don't know if it was because our team played so horribly, or did her boyfriend break up with her right before the game? Was this her 1st time visiting AT&T Stadium and she was overwhelmed with happiness? Was she crying over the $12 hot dogs?

I WANT TO KNOW! lol I felt for this poor girl the entire game, I wanted to cry with her. ICYMI, here are photos I took of her on my television. She was a whole mood, for the whole game. Trust, as die hard Cowboys fans, we feel ya girl!

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