Dom Brown, who is from Florida, was at the Cowboys game yesterday (Eagles didn’t show, so we’re just calling it that) decked out in his Cowboys gear. In fact, he showed up with the intention of trolling you…
@Greg_Lewis12 I love it. Can't wait to post my cowboys pics. Me and my boys laugh so hard at the comments lmao
— Domonic Brown (@dom9brown) October 18, 2013
… and he followed through once it was obvious that there was only 11 men on the field and they were all wearing the Blue and White:
Go boys pic.twitter.com/RGSjojx8Kj
— Domonic Brown (@dom9brown) October 20, 2013
For that Tweet, Brown received dozens (hundreds?) of angry Tweets from lathered up knuckleheads. But that didn’t stop him from again posting about his Cowboys’ victory last night:
Go boys pic.twitter.com/ap6JWBpDzk
— Domonic Brown (@dom9brown) October 21, 2013
See, the first time was all in good fun. Yeah, I know, Brown being from Florida and rooting for the Cowboys makes him that special type of sports fan that you hate. But it’s hard to get too worked up over a little trash talking during an October game between two very mediocre football teams (even if it is the Eagles and Cowboys). And the fact that we’re more interested in Brown’s wardrobe on the day after Eagles-Cowboys is probably telling about just how awful the game was.
The second Tweet, however, was just rubbing it in.
Brown realized with the first one just how personal Eagles fans take the rivalry with the Cowboys. He probably should’ve just quit while he was ahead. I will never understand athletes who intentionally stoke a fire with their own fans. It’s totally irrational for fans to get pissed about this sort of thing, but we are the people who buy their jerseys, show up at their autograph signings and talk about the size of their swinging dick when they get hot. The more irrational the fan, the more likely they are to pay for something bearing their favorite player’s name.
Anyway, Dom Brown is trolling you, and it’s working. Check out the, um, best of the angry responses he received after the jump.