The Cowboys suck
I hate the Cowgirls. The only thing they have going for them are the hot cheerleaders and other teams have hotties too. Their are just like the NY Yankees a hack team that does well because they can spend the dough.
Actually the Yankees do well because they play with pride and class. I am not saying that the money doesn't help, but the Yankees winning tradition was built upon the backs of the legends more so than money. All professional sports franchises have the ability to throw money at players, the Yankees are one of the few that do and they usually, but obviously not always, are rewarded with winning and championships. The Yankees also have a strong front office, good scouts, and are shrew business people and that is no legitimate reason to hate on them. Finally, the Cowboys are terrible and have not been a realistic force to win the Super Bowl for over a decade so idk why the Yankees are being brought down to the Cowgirls level. Even though they have made the playoffs the last couple of years, they have proven time and again they can't handle games in January (and this season they just can't handle anything). If anything the Patriots should be compared to the Yankees if you are talking about a football team of recent years who spend big and win (and I hate the Patriots). The Cowboys spend but do not win and this alone demonstrates that comparing them with the New York Yankees in the present-day is useless.
I think you're being unfair to the Cowboys here, especially with the Yankees comparison (and I say this as a Yankees fan who has no strong feelings one way or another about the Cowboys). If you look at the Cowboys' entire history (and not just the last 10 years), they are arguably the most successful franchise in NFL history, and certainly one of the top 5. They have the highest overall winning percentage of any active NFL franchise; they are the only NFL team ever to have 20 consecutive winning seasons (1966-1985); no other team has been to the Super Bowl as often as the Cowboys, and only two teams (Pittsburgh and San Francisco) have won it as often; and they have never been out of playoff contention for more than 4 or 5 seasons at a time.
By comparison, the Yankees have had two stretches of 10+ years each in recent memory (at least if you're as old as me) in which they failed to make the playoffs at all: 1965-1975 and 1982-1993. Even looking at the most recent decade, the comparison only favors the Yankees by a little bit -- they have only won the World Series once in the last ten years. By the Yankees' own (admittedly high) standards, that constitutes failure. It's amusing that you characterize the Cowboys as a team that makes the playoffs every year, but can't win in January -- because that's exactly what everyone has been saying about the Yankees since their World Series run ended in 2001 with the loss to the Diamondbacks. Last year was an exception -- and a welcome one (remember, I'm a Yankees fan) -- but this year was back to "not quite" mode.
Admittedly, the Cowboys are pretty bad this year, but what franchise (including the Yankees) hasn't had a few terrible years? Overall, I think the Cowboys' history and legacy compares quite well with that of the Yankees -- no-one is being dragged down to anyone else's level here.