Seriously. Compared to most fan bases, we've had it easy. Waiting a long long time for a championship is just part of the football fan experience. Why should we be any different? The Cowboys might have the largest fan base and the America's Team moniker, but that doesn't grant us any special privilege in obtaining a championship. Too many Cowboy fans act like we are owed a championship. If I had a dollar (used to say a penny but, you know, inflation) for every time I saw a post complaining that this team always underperforms because the players have an entitlement problem, and that Jerry Jones is the source. If the players have a problem with entitlement, believe me, it sure ain't coming from Jerry Jones. Cowboy fans need to look in the mirror.
And if you think waiting 28 years is unbearable, I hope you have good health insurance. Because check this out:
The first number is the worst stretch of years a fanbase has had to endure between championships (or for the first one, or in some cases they're still waiting). Followed by the current wait time in years. So obviously if the two numbers are the same they are currently living in the worst stretch of their team's history.
Even regarding current wait time we are still in the middle of the pack, #15 to be precise. But there are only 3 teams who have never had to wait longer than us. I sure hope the Curse of Jimmy Johnson is a real thing and our wait is about to be over, but cold history says it would be the exception and not the rule.