It’s embarrassing to admit but I used to be one of these fans that over-reacted to my favorite team losing a game. In my late teens and early twenties, there would be times that I would be mad for multiple days after my team lost a big game. But as I’ve grown older, I realize that it’s just a game and being in a bad mood over a game makes no sense at all. Although as you will see with these 4 (not safe for work) videos below, some people still need to learn how to handle a loss, as you will see Dallas Cowboys fans who decided to punch their TV after their team lost to the 49ers in the playoffs. 

This type of disappointment was not just for people who were at home as you can see there were also fans that were at the Dallas Cowboys watch party at AT&T Stadium who were throwing punches with each other after the loss on Sunday night. The tough part is that the Cowboys had plenty of opportunities to win the game but as much as it pains me to write this, the 49ers did enough to get the win. 

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Don’t Drink So Much That You Punch Anything 

It’s crazy that almost every week there is a new video that is circulating online showing grown adults that are fighting like little kids. Learn from other people, don’t drink so much alcohol that would make you think it’s okay to assault anyone. It’s crazy that adults have to be reminded of this.  

You Shouldn’t Punch TV’s Over Your Favorite Team Losing  

Beyond not punching people, you should also not punch walls or furniture. Although there are still people that need to learn that lesson. Here is a look at 4 people that destroyed their TV’s after watching the Dallas Cowboys lose to the San Francisco 49ers. 

@houseofhighlights He was STRESSED after the Cowboys lost. 😂😅 (via @victorledezma21) #cowboys #dallas #dallascowboys #nfl #playoffs ♬ original sound - House of Highlights

@shesmxi better luck next year, get a new qb💀 #cowboys #playoffs #dak #brokentv ♬ original sound - Himothy

@crossthetracksent Cowboys Fan Breaks Tv Dallascowboys #sanfrancisco49ers #Nfl #fyp #foryou #foryoupage #matressmack #Bet #gamble #superbow #2023 #playoffs #tv #broken #funny #comedy #humor ♬ Funny Song - Cavendish Music

@mrgrinchton #fyp #fyp #GenshinImpact34 #foryou #cowboysloss #49ers #nfl #foryourpage ♬ original sound - Rick Haul

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Let’s kick off the countdown with the folks who earned their nickname by buying boxes of used team jerseys.

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