Originally Posted by Dread-Head-001
If you're like myself and were a Houston Oiler's fan before you became a Texans fan then the bane of your existence is a group of ladies on the north end of 45 called the Dallas Cowgirls. The Cowgirls somehow hypnotized son of legendary Oiler Coach Bum Phillips (Wade Phillips) to coach their girls this season and thus far they're 4-0. I would rather feast on a gumbo bowl full of my own rancid vomit before watching the Cowgirls become the first team to win 6 superbowls.
Today the girls beat the winless Rams. With the exception of the Bears (whom I STILL say underestimated them) have the Cowgirls played ANYONE of substance this season? Your thoughts.
BTW, how exactly are the Cowboys the "bane of existence" for former Oilers fans? Christ, the Oilers rarely played the Cowboys. The Steelers, Bills, Chiefs I can understand being rivals. But I've never grasped how the Cowboys are the Texans/Oilers great rivalry. Is it because the Cowboys have rings or is it on a "best city in Texas" rivalry?
Either way the Cowboys are looking good and have a good shot to represent the NFC in the Super Bowl.