Cowboys Incompetence Runs Deep

I am extremely pleased to be able to say, that the Dallas Cowboys are absolutely horrible, terrible, if you can think of something that stinks, chances are you can compare it to the Cowboys this season.  What a far fall it is from potential Super Bowl contender, with hopes of playing the big game in your brand new stadium (sadface), all the way down to cellar dwellers.  Not just in the NFC east, but the entire NFL with a better record than only the lowly Bills.  And there are a lot of things wrong, but I’m not here to analyze their problems, I’m more interested in relishing the moment, and making things even worse.

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones talks about the decision to fire head coach Wade Phillips and replace him with assistant head coach Jason Garrett at the team

How could it be any worse you ask?  Yahoo sports reported that the Dallas Cowboys internal marketing team apparently just forgot to renew their website domain name earlier this week (ruh roh).  It happened at just the right time too, right when fans want to visit the site to read up on the Wade Phillips firing, or Jason Garrett’s new plan.  But no, they got an error, just like the egregious errors their team has been making on the field all season long.

How do you possibly let this happen?  When you own a domain name as popular and visited as the Dallas Cowgirls website how do you not have it locked up for years into the future, always…how does a marketing department ignore those renewal emails and not at least have a reminder up to renew the site?  Who would forget to do such a thing?  Well, the marketing department just so happens to be led by Jerry Jones Jr. so I guess awesome management skillz run in the family.  So just to review, you’re 1 and 7, your players are quitting on this team (see exhibit A: Michael Jenkins at 1:52), and your internal staff forgot to maintain your prestigious website’s domain name; eh, just blame Wade Phillips.

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