So Now the Cowboys Have Failed to Renew Their Domain Name?
It isn’t possible that anyone thinks the Dallas Cowboys are a competent football team. Many of us are concerned with the competency of the franchise itself, given some of the decisions made during this and previous offseasons.
But as for complete and utter incompetency, nothing beats what you will find today if you visit DallasCowboys.com. That is, of course, the team’s official website. It’s the website that fans should visit if when someone clicks on the link from NFL.com. But if you read a news item that Wade Phillips has been fired and replaced by Jason Garrett and want to go to the official site to see if it’s true, this is what you will see:
If you aren’t aware, this is the type of filler page you will see when someone has let a website’s domain name expire. Incidentally, the initial bid for DallasCowboys.com through NameJet starts at $69. So not only have tickets prices fallen through the floor, but the website of a franchise worth more than a billion dollars is now up for less than $100.
I feel awkwardly comfortable referring to these people by their first names right now.