Matt Howerton, WFAA
MANSFIELD, Texas — The Dallas Cowboys are 3-5, and it’s safe to say fans aren’t happy with how the season has turned out so far.
Ask Rylan Wood. He’s a second-grader from Mansfield, Texas who isn’t very happy with the team he’s rooted for all his life.
“My family is a really big Cowboys family,” Wood told WFAA-TV. “But we need to work on our skills.”
On Monday, as the seven-year-old and his mom were watching the Cowboys lose to the Titans during primetime, he vowed to do something drastic if Dallas didn’t pull off a win.
“He told me, ‘If the Cowboys lose, I really want to write a letter,'” his mother, Kayla Jimenez, said.
Then, she found out just who Rylan wanted to write a letter to.
“He told me that he wanted to write a letter to Jerry Jones,” Jimenez said.
Wood didn’t get to see the end of the game because it was a school night and he had to go to bed. When he learned that the Cowboys lost, he told his mom that he would write his letter after school.