The Dallas Cowboys are 6-1, in first place in the NFC East, and are the best team in the NFC. Basically, Cowboys Nation rules the world.
Often times, the world of Cowboys Nation finds itself indulging in the Twitterverse to react, discuss, and celebrate with fellow fans. You all did plenty of that during the prime time win on Sunday, and carried it over into #VictoryPoloMonday.
Here are some of the best tweets out there surrounding #PHIvsDAL:
Is Zeke Good?
Yes, Ezekiel Elliott is incredible. Elliott has been so good, that he consistently is highlighted by the NFL on Twitter for the big plays he turns in.
Elliott is such a freak of nature, that he has turned jumping over other freakish athletes into a mere hashtag. Do better, Eagles. Or don’t, that’s fine too.
Today’s “good at football” subject: Ezekiel Elliott #DallasCowboys
America’s Team Draws Ratings
When the Dallas Cowboys are playing a prime time game against a rival NFC East team, people everywhere will be watching.
So many people, in fact, that this game owned the Sunday night ratings in DFW. Nationally, Sunday Night Football came close to Game 5 of the World Series, but didn’t surpass it.
The World Series features two teams on long championship droughts in the Cubs and Indians, but plenty of people were more interested in watching the Cowboys beat a certain team with no Super Bowl wins.
Whataburger and Jason Witten: Always open
The Eagles chose to finally accept defeat in this game at the hands of the greatest football team in the world by not covering a future Hall of Fame tight end in Jason Witten during overtime.
Bold strategy, in my humble opinion.
The Cowboys and Whataburger have combined for awesome stories before, such as this one, and this tweet just further adds to it.
Celebratory burgers for Cowboys Nation! (I’ve been told that Whataburger is amazing by our Staff Writer RJ Ochoa, but don’t have the luxury of testing his theory up here in New Jersey).
Cowboys Nation – A Community of Winners
Doesn’t winning football games just make everything else in life so much better? Plenty of fans certainly feel this way, including one very close to us here at Inside The Star!
My son’s class was allowed to dress up for Halloween today using a vocab word, w/ a definition. His idea: he went as a Winner (& Cowboy)
Cowboys shirt? Check. Vocabulary word? Check. Swagger? Check. Winner.
Another way to celebrate this win was with #VictoryPoloMonday, which we have officially had seven of in a row! Here are your submissions.
We are the first place Dallas Cowboys, and we wear polos on victory Mondays!
Another aspect of Twitter that makes it such a great resource during live games is that we can all react to a specific play instantly, and in such a short time also put out all of the amazing GIFs, reaction pictures, and memes we want.
Here are just a few of the plays that had us buzzing on Sunday, in tweet form.
Here’a a short film about the Cowboys running away with the division, staring Chris Jones. https://t.co/hhTeR2YA6h
WIDE OPEN. @Dak to @JasonWitten! This @dallascowboys game-winning TD was awesome! #PHIvsDAL
Even RJ Ochoa, in attendance for this victory, provided us with this great Twitter video of Dak Prescott’s rushing touchdown.
@dak touchdown! https://t.co/s7eHkU1uv7
The Cowboys came to win this game. They did just that, and we’re thankful for another week of celebration before heading to Cleveland to face the Browns – a game that I’ll be in attendance for!
Hopefully you had a great Halloween, Cowboys Nation, and you’re as hungry as Ezekiel Elliott for not only some of that candy – but for another win on Sunday.
Terrell McClain just showed up hahahahhahaahhahshgsgsgahahaha