I want to first thank all the folks who make this site great. For being a Cowboy’s Troll I have few good options to follow my team. The TV reception from under my bridge is terrible; so many weeks my only updates are this site and maybe an AM radio broadcast. And Mrs. Troll says no satellite as it ruins our view of the lovely and smelly sewer. I have posted very few times on this site, as gnarly troll hands make it difficult to type. I did however crawl from the muck this weekend to troll upon our loss.
I learned my trolling well by first stating that, “I have been a fan since the days of Tony D” to lend my criticisms credibility of time. It is true though, being a small cold troll in the bitter north of Maine, I have fond memories of watching the grace and power of touchdown Tony on a black and white TV. Trolls do not have power and grace but we do throw muck around like a National Enquirer or TMZ reporter. I believe a family member of mine founded the Enquirer, we are so proud.
I trolled on topics such as the long term trend of Cowboys penalties, late game defensive lapses, and stupid turnovers so as to cover as large a group as possible with the muck. I really don’t mean to throw the muck but it is all I know being just a lowly bridge troll. And it is not even my bridge, I just rent it. But I am trying to be a better troll and this post is my first step. I pledge to be a better fan to this site that gets me through tough weeks and tough losses. I pledge to contribute more as a fan and rise above by stature as a lowly troll. I pledge no muck will again fly from my fingers (although I may still kick a little up now and then, I am but a troll). Finally I wish to offer a simple thanks to the people who keep this blog going and my apologies for mucking up your site.