Jimmy Kimmel's 'Celebrities Read Mean Tweets' has not only become a popular fixture on the late night talk show, but others are starting to get in on the hilarious bit - including the Dallas Cowboys. Watch as Tony Romo, Jason Witten, and other Cowboys players read mean tweets.

Most of them are pretty funny, while some are just downright brutal like this one Tony Romo read:

"I want the Dallas Cowboys to be the pallbearer at my funeral so that they can let me down one last time"

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Or, another one of my favorites that backup quarterback, Brandon Weeden read:

"Why the f— would Jerry Jones waste money on Brandon Weeden? Jerry Jones has lost his f—ing mind."

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Originally I posted the video on this blog, but it was taken down from YouTube. So, you can only see it on the Dallas Cowboys official website.

As a huge Dallas Cowboys fan myself, I hear and see all of the jokes on the web. In fact, I am constantly reminded by my Facebook friends, like Mike Sawyer, on how much the Cowboys have sucked over the past few decades. But, as a true blue fan, I take it all in stride. Because when it comes down to it, I am a fan for better and for worse.

So, it doesn't bother me that my team is constantly being made fun of. Obviously, it doesn't bother the players either - well, for the most part.

The way I see it, if they're still talking about you, even when you suck, then you're doing something right. Right?

OK, I'm off to debate with Cowboys haters over the world with the standard "we've got 5 Super Bowl wins' argument. I'm so ready for football to start back up.