Cowboys Fans Throw Objects From The Stands At Refs And Players Following Heartbreaking Loss

While I don’t think anyone except 49ers fans were happy to see how the Dallas Cowboys – San Francisco 49ers game ended on Sunday, but throwing objects from the stands at refs of players is never the answer.

The final play of the game will be forever etched in the memories of Cowboys fan as Dak Prescott ran a QB sneak to move the ball up, but unfortunately the clock ran out just before the Cowboys were able to snap the ball again. Here is the whole breakdown of the play.

The play is going to be heavily scrutinized and no doubt fans are not happy with the refs considering they didn’t help the Cowboys cause.

While Cowboy fans have every reason to be upset with their team, to throw objects at them from the stands following their loss is an absolute joke. How can you call yourself a fan if you are willing to throw objects at the players you admire? Seriously.

Videos are surfacing of fans throwing objects at refs and Cowboys players.

There’s really no place in sports for this sort of behavior. Seriously, are you children?

I am seeing a lot of people saying that the fans were throwing objects at the refs, but that’s simply not the case here. Even if it were, this is not even the refs fault! Your QB messed up. Take the L and go home.

The 49ers defeated the Cowboys 23-17 as Dak threw for 254 yards and a touchdown in the loss.

The 49ers will head to Green Bay where they will take on the Packers in Lambeau.


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