I have been, and always will be, a Dallas Cowboys fan. I guess I'm just a glutton for punishment. Yes, I am well aware of how unsuccessful the team has been for the last two plus decades. Luckily, unlike a lot of Dallas Cowboys fans, I have a sense of humor. So if someone takes a dig at my favorite team, I can laugh along with it. That's exactly what I did when I heard this Mississippi sportscaster, and part time weatherman, take a swipe at the Cowboys during his forecast.

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Ethan Bird works for WTOK in Meridian, Mississippi. His primary role is as sports anchor. Sometimes, though, he will help out the weather team to deliver a daily forecast. It was during a recent forecast that Mr. Bird found it appropriate, and very funny, to roast the Dallas Cowboys.

You know what, that was pretty good, dude.

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As far as the Dallas Cowboys for the upcoming season, I think it looks pretty good. Not Super Bowl good but pretty good. Dak will have a couple of new receivers to throw to. The offensive line should be a little improved. The defense should get better under second year defensive coordinator Dan Quinn.

I always keep my expectations low and just go Sunday to Sunday when it comes to the Cowboys. I will always root for them but I also keep my expectations in check because it'll just lead to disappointment.

No official start date has been set for training camp yet but my guess of late July is a good window. The Cowboys open the 2022-2023 season Sunday night, September 11, on NBC at AT&T Stadium against Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Go Cowboys!

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