Next time you decide to send out an issue of Dallas Cowboys Weekly, skip me.
Congratulations on 7 Days, your account of a week in the life of the Dallas Cowboys (Dec. 12). This inside look at one of sport's most popular franchises was terrific.
Agoura Hills, Calif.
I know you'll catch a lot of grief from people who don't like the Cowboys, but I want to say thanks. I have been a Cowboy fan for 20 years, and I loved the issue.
CHERI STARK, Springfield, Mo.
Finally, coverage of America's Team that does more than praise the obvious talents of the superstars. You give overdue credit to everyone in the organization, players and nonplayers alike.
BRIAN B. BROTSCHUL, Oneonta, N.Y.
Not a single photo of a Cowboy cheerleader? This glaring omission is an insult to those who find the cheerleaders the only redeeming value of this nauseating franchise.
ANTHONY J. MCGUIRE, Sunnyvale, Calif.
?The oversight is hereby corrected.—ED.
On Thursday I read with sheer enjoyment about my favorite team. On Saturday I sat down and watched the Cowboys lose to the Cleveland Browns. The SI cover jinx strikes again. Please, don't put Dallas on the cover anymore.
MATTHEW J. PEARCE, Arlington, Texas
Sure, I understand that the Cowboys are the two-time defending Super Bowl champions, but almost an entire issue about what they do in a week is ridiculous. Most of us don't care what Troy Aikman eats for breakfast or want to see a picture of Michael Irvin driving around with the top down so all can worship him. How did they get named America's Team in the first place? I don't remember voting on that in the last election.
DAVID FREY, Camas, Wash.
I was amazed to see you devote 40 pages to the Cowboys. Then I realized that this article is a swan song. Get ready for the Team of the '90s, the San Francisco 49ers.
MARILYN K. CLAUDER, Granite Bay, Calif.
What a great tribute to America's Team. I'm certain that everyone in America enjoys seeing a picture of Dallas coach Barry Switzer standing around in his underwear next to a can of beer.
ROBERT HUEBNER, Toledo