Former Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Hurns is brand new to the Dallas Cowboys, but he’s already found the easiest way to endear himself to Cowboys fans.
The newly added playmaker took to Twitter to voice his burger-place opinions, claiming that the west coast oriented In ‘N Out Burger is overrated. This lead Cowboys Nation to conclude that Hurns also believes that it cannot compete with the Texas-based Whataburger, the most popular burger place among the fanbase.
However it’s very overrated https://t.co/V8C7sW0dYh
Allen Hurns probably didn’t think anything of this tweet, but knowing how rampant the fast food burger debates are on the internet, Cowboys fans ate up Hurns’ opinion. DallasCowboys.com writer David Helman told Hurns to take his burger take a step further if he really wanted some love from Cowboys Nation.
David Helman on Twitter: “now, just plug Whataburger and you’ll have Cowboys’ fans hearts forever / Twitter”
now, just plug Whataburger and you’ll have Cowboys’ fans hearts forever
You’ll recall that the Cowboys’ recruitment of defensive end Greg Hardy was aided by Whataburger back in 2015, jokingly helping the Cowboys to sign the edge rusher to a one year contract.
Let’s just hope that Allen Hurns’ stay in Dallas turns out better than Hardy’s, in more ways than one.