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7-year-old rips Jerry Jones in fan letter to Cowboys owner

7-year-old rips Jerry Jones in fan letter to Cowboys owner

This 7-year-old Cowboys fan gets it. 

Rylan Wood, who couldn’t stay up to watch the Cowboys-Titans game due to a strict 8:30 p.m. bedtime, woke up on Tuesday morning with the very bad news of yet another loss for his lowly, 3-5, Cowboys. 

So he decided to take matters into his own hands. 

After school, Rylan composed a strongly worded letter to the Dallas Cowboys’ owner and Philadelphia public enemy number one, Jerry Jones, following the team’s 28-14 loss. 

In the hand-written letter, the devoted fan, and second-grader, probably said it better than the rest of us could. Some of the highlights include “WE SUCK” (he’s not wrong) and “you have made my mom very mad.” However, Rylan is pretty fair, stating that he doesn’t want to hurt Jones’ feelings, but he’s had enough.

Check out his full letter below, which his mother, Kayla Jiminez, shared on social media. 

Well after my baby heard that we lost last night(his bed time is 8:30) he said he was going to write JJ a letter after...

Posted by Kayla Jimenez on Tuesday, November 6, 2018
 

C’mon Jerry, how can you let down a face like that? 

Seriously though, show us the lie in this kid’s letter. Even fans of the Cowboys currently hate the Cowboys. Maybe we’re not so different after all. 

Either way, we support this adorable little kid speaking the truth and we want him to know that he is always welcome to join the Eagles bandwagon. 

It’s never too late to join the Philly side, we’ve got cheesesteaks and more than three playoffs wins in the past 22 years. 

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Eagles players come to Carson Wentz's defense after hit piece

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The fact that this "hit piece" relied solely on anonymous sources raised plenty of questions among the Philly sports community.

Our own Eagles writer Dave Zangaro tackled a number of those issues rather methodically.

But there were plenty of others who took issue with the reporting in the piece. In fact, a number of Eagles players promptly took to social media to denounce it.

Fletcher Cox was the first big name to come to Carson's defense noting that "we are all behind him 100%."

Offensive lineman Brandon Brooks agreed with Fletch's take and backed it up with a rather humorous gif.

Zach Ertz, who was mentioned in the original piece as being targeted too much by Wentz, praised his quarterback as being a GREAT teammate.

Another offensive lineman, Lane Johnson, went the hashtag-fakenews route.

Nick Foles hasn't posted publicly but the third quarterback in their room felt the need to back up Wentz. Nate Sudfeld pointed out he spends as much time with Carson as anyone and sent a more lengthy note stating that "Philly is lucky to have [Wentz] leading the franchise."

It wasn't only current teammates who spoke out, however, as Super Bowl champion Torrey Smith came to his old QBs defense as well.

We'll update this post as more players react to the latest story involving Philadelphia's franchise quarterback.

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NBC Sports Philadelphia's resident meteorologist Marc Farzetta has been tracking Harper's developments for what seems like months now and has your up-to-the-minute report right here.

"Harper will avoid D.C. all together passing right over for a big shot at Philadelphia and New York," Farzetta said.

"Some reports say there is a 100 percent chance this storm could hit Philadelphia. Other reports say there's a zero percent chance Harper hits Philadelphia. We're 60 percent sure one of those reports is correct."

Don't forget about the possibility of other storms as well.

"According to our Salisbury model, Winter Storm Manny is also set to hit the Philadelphia area," Farzetta said. "We'll have to wait and see if it does. It's a very, very slow-moving storm front. No hustle in this storm, you could say. But when it hits, it hits hard."

Yankees, Chicago White Sox and Washington Nationals fans are keeping as close an eye on these developments as Phillies fans.

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