Jan 232015
 

SBB is ready to name Dallas Cowboys fan Terry Hendrix the Bitter Fan of the Year.

While most passionate Cowboys fans remain miffed over the reversal of the Dez Bryant catch against the Green Bay Packers in the Divisional round of the NFC playoffs, Hendrix is taking his grief–and grievance–to court. He is suing the NFL for $88 billion.

WFAA.com files the following report:

Terry Hendrix, evidently a passionate Dallas Cowboys fan, is seeking $88,987,654,321.88 from the NFL in the wake of the controversial replay reversal in the Cowboys’ NFC divisional round loss to the Green Bay Packers.

He names NFL Vice President of Officiating Dean Blandino, referee Gene Steratore and Commissioner Roger Goodell by name.

In the handwritten lawsuit filed Wednesday, Hendrix asks for the astronomical sum of money “for but not limited to: negligence, breach of fiduciary duty, and also reckless disregard.”

Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant made what was first ruled a catch — a spectacular one at that — on a fourth down pass down the sideline.

After Packers head coach Mike McCarthy challenged the call, it was ruled that Bryantdidn’t complete “the process” of a catch.

Reaction to the play and the ambiguous rule primarily followed the “bad rule, good call” narrative. Hendrix believes his team and its fans were cheated.

Below is a copy of the handwritten lawsuit filed by Hendrix:

 

Terry Hendrix NFL Lawsuit by wfaachannel8

I have heard about jailhouse lawyers. I have never heard of one suing the NFL on behalf of his favorite football team.

WFAA also reports that Hendrix has filed a request to pursue his case without having to pay court fees, raising suspicions that he may be a Democrat.

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Gene Strother (413 Posts)

Gene has been an avid Dallas Cowboys fan for nearly five decades, which amounts to just about his entire life. The only time he was not a Cowboys fan was that brief period at the beginning of his life, when he didn't have all his baby teeth and could not yet say "Cowboys." As soon as quit slobbering, he started hollering, "Go Cowboys!"


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