Yea, did you hear about the 13 year old that was in a custody battle but refused to live with any relatives because they all beat him. Well, the judge allowed him to choose where he would go and he chose the Dallas Cowboys because they don't beat anyone.I always wanted to put a Bills Avatar up, but I never got around to it, til that game Thursday, I figured no better time!
Fixed it for you.Yea, did you hear about the 13 year old that was in a custody battle but refused to live with any relatives because they all beat him. Well, the judge allowed him to choose where he would go and he chose the
Dallas CowboysWashington Redskins because they don't beat anyone.
and if that happens the domino effect on TV broadcast rights revenues, especially for MLB, could be catastrophic.Over time, DISH/Sling’s consistently lower prices should draw more and more of them to the RSN-free platform. Even if every sports fan eventually leaves DISH - and the results suggest that won’t happen - those 40% alone could keep DISH afloat and maybe even set it growing again. Thus, the need to match DISH’s competitiveness will push every TV provider to hold the line against Sinclair in contract negotiations, potentially putting its RSN investment into something of a tailspin.
So then, you don't like my new avatar?As someone who is in the Cowboys viewing area, I see plenty of them. All the TV commentators brag about them having the best offensive line, best running back, best overall personnel in the league, yet they haven't beat a team yet with a winning record.
What they've got is an undisciplined bunch of dumb as a stump players with a lackluster coaching staff and a GM/Owner who destroyed one of the finest franchises in professional sports with his egotistical bad decisions.
They haven't been to a Super Bowl since Jerry dismantled Jimmy Johnson's team of the early 90's.
The Cowboys will probably win their division with a losing record, 8 and 8 at best, and embarrass themselves in the first playoff game.
This is a similar article but much more lengthy. It mentions that Comcast is not happy with Sinclair, and it's contract for the RSN's expire in June 2020. This author re-emphasizes the success Dish has had dropping the RSN's and the fact that last quarter's subscribers numbers increased.