The Cowboys may have gotten the last laugh on Sunday, but the Giants are the still the ones laughing all the way to the jeweler.
Giants defensive lineman Justin Tuck wasn’t too happy about the 24-21 loss on Sunday, or with Cowboys fans in general, and he made his frustrations quite clear on Monday morning. Tuck was getting inundated with hate from Cowboys fans, which is likely a trend throughout the season, after the loss on Sunday. He became so fed up with the comments, though, that he decided to send the annoying haters a message — and it was received loud and clear.
Tuck tweeted out a photo of his two Super Bowl rings sitting on the finger display case in his house. However, the rings’ positioning on the three-finger display set appeared to be sending a slightly different message to Cowboys fans, as well.
And for all the cowboy fan on my TL http://t.co/eJBOZUKBSt—
Justin Tuck (@JustinTuckNYG91) November 25, 2013
Sunday’s defeat dropped the Giants to 4-7 on the season and two games behind the Cowboys and Eagles for the lead in the NFC East, which made the loss sting just that much more. Big Blue is still very much in the playoff picture, though, with a relatively straightforward schedule the rest of the way and Dallas and Philadelphia still set to beat up on each other once more this season.