It’s not a secret to anybody that the Dallas Cowboys are one of the wealthiest and most popular franchises in the sports industry.
But as successful as they’ve been, business-wise, they’ve been inconsistent and disappointing on the gridiron.
It’s been a very, very long while since America’s Team last made it to the promised land.
The Cowboys haven’t made it to the Super Bowl since 1995, which was also the last time they took the Vince Lombardi trophy home.
Instead, the New England Patriots became the team to beat over the past two decades, and maybe, it’s not a coincidence that Tom Brady was their starting quarterback through most of that time.
That’s why it’s not surprising to see that the Cowboys were 0-7 against Brady until finally beating him as a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday night.
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Notably, their first-ever win against the GOAT might as well be the tastiest they’ll ever get.
There’s a strong chance that they’ve sent Brady riding into the sunset to bid farewell to the game he loves once and for all after such a disastrous and drama-filled season.
If that’s the case, then the seven-time Super Bowl champion will retire with a .500 record or better against every single franchise in the league — including the Patriots.
However, the Cowboys will no longer be a part of the infamous list of teams that could never get the last laugh against Tom Terrific, currently featuring the Pats (1-0), Bucs (4-0), and Vikings (6-0).
That’s some legendary stuff right there.