Cowboys Fans of DFW Create Family Atmosphere

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GARLAND - It’s no secret Cowboys Nation is populated with some of the craziest, die-hard, bleed-blue-and-silver fans in the league. Becky Franzen is no exception.

“I was born a Cowboys fan,” she says. “My dad was friends with (Tom) Landry and Crazy Ray. So we just grew up with the team.”

Franzen started the official Dallas Cowboys Fans of DFW. You can say she is the queen of the Cowboys superfans.

“It doesn’t matter what you look like, where you came from, as long as you're representing the star you are a sister or a brother,” she says.

When Dallas plays at home, you can find Becky and her squad backing the boys, tailgating at "Jerry World."

When the team is out of town, the group gathers at local watering holes to cheer on “Dem Boys” from afar.

“We know each other, we’re comfortable wit each other,” says club member Rick Ramirez. “We get hyped up all week about it.”

This club's passion isn't just reserved for game day, the Cowboys Fans of DFW is all about cheers and charity.

“Coming up for the holiday season we’re going to adopt a family; help them get food, clothing, whatever they need,” says Franzen. “For December we’re going to participate in a toy drive.”

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