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ESPN analyst calls Cowboys fans ‘disgusting,’ but agrees that Jason Garrett must go

Popular ESPN talk show host, Stephan A Smith, speaks to members of the media. Photos made at the Charlotte Sheraton on July 19, 2017.
Popular ESPN talk show host, Stephan A Smith, speaks to members of the media. Photos made at the Charlotte Sheraton on July 19, 2017. akormann@charlotteobserver.com

ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith thinks Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones should fire head coach Jason Garrett.

He said as much on the network’s debate show “First Take.” And he certainly isn’t the only talking head to do so.

The majority of Cowboys fans agree with that notion.

What those same people will not agree with is Smith’s characterization of the fan base.

During Tuesday’s show, he said, “I know I have fun with the Dallas Cowboy fanbase because I do believe they are disgusting and nauseating. They really do get on my nerves. I can’t stand Dallas Cowboy fans and I’m definitely serious about that, but in a fun way.”

He then added: “In a serious way, Jason Garrett Should be fired. And Jason Garrett should not be fired because of that one decision. Jason Garrett should be fired because he should never have been a head coach in the first place. ”

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