A Cowboys Fan Beat Up A Giants Fan In The Stands Yesterday

Sunday was a fairly contentious day within the NFL. It was the final day the common season which meant an entire slew groups had been battling for place and the final accessible playf sports activities. While the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants already had their fates secured heading into their sport yesterday, there was nonetheless a lot pleasure on the road. In the top, the Cowboys squeaked by with a 36-35 win however maybe the largest battle wasn’t on the sphere however within the stands.

As seen within the video above, a Dallas Cowboys fan begins beating on a Giants fan earlier than a woman intervenes and pulls the Giants fan away, saving him from the beat down.

The Cowboys patron is heard yelling that the Giants fan touched his son and that is why he began throwing punches. We do not get to see that altercation happen within the video. It appears as if the cameras had been solely pulled out mid-fight. 

Thanks to their 10-6 file, the Cowboys received the NFC East and can now face the Seattle Seahawks subsequent weekend in a wild-card matchup.

Demoted Broncos' QB Paxton Lynch Humiliated By Home Crowd

Even though his head coach had publicly praised his performances in the preseason, Denver Broncos’ quarterback Paxton Lynch ended up being leapfrogged by the 3rd string player on the depth chart. The man who usurped him, Chad Kelly had no influence over the matter, except in his play, which the coach deemed superior to Paxton Lynch performances thus far. 

To make matters worse, Paxton Lynch was the subject a fan petition earlier in the week to get him removed from the team. Although he didn’t initially respond to the insurrection the fanbase, but coach Vance Joseph isn’t that he was impressed with Paxton’s play, it was only a matter Chad Kelly demonstrating excellent form.

Never-the-less, the Denver Broncos’ fans in attendance preseason game against the Chicago Bears weren’t showing the same “bedside manner.” Upon entering the game in the 3rd quarter, Paxton was met with a chorus boos. “I feel bad for Paxton, but our fans want to win,” Vance Joseph said after the game. “That’s what it’s about. It’s about passion, I should say. But I feel bad for Paxton. He has to ignore it and go play.”

Easier said than done, because Paxton now has two quarterbacks ahead him in the pecking order. Unless the team becomes decimated by injuries, his 11–22 passing record in preseason play is likely not going to win him any snaps in the regular season. Below is a clip where Paxton affirms his no quit mentality. That’s the spirit!