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Dear Keith Brooking:


I am not a sophisticated individual. I'm a meat and potatoes kind of guy, I wear Wranglers, play football in the mud with my friends for fun (in said Wranglers), and once in a while, I like to tip a few back. Many football fans are like me, unsophisticated, and not educated in the ways of class. Thus, we turn to you for help! We have some questions about certain scenarios, and we'd like to know if these fall into classy or classless, since you are apparently an expert on determining the level of class in given incidents.

Since you are the expert on what is and is not classy, we need your judgment on the following:

1] Was it classless for Keith Brooking to do the Dirty Bird in front of every section of the Metrodome in 1998 when the Falcons won the NFC Championship?

2] Was it classless for the Cowboys, facing a 4th down with 2 minutes to go from the Philadelphia 35 yard line, leading 24-0, to pass in that situation?

3] Was it classless for the Cowboys to not come out when announced, and instead come out as the Vikings were honoring Joe Kapp, who was there to sound the Gjallarhorn?

Your thoughts, Keith.

*Smooches*

Fans of teams that aren't the Cowboys and Packers.

This FanPost was created by a registered user of The Daily Norseman, and does not necessarily reflect the views of the staff of the site. However, since this is a <em>community</em>, that view is no less important.

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