About Michael DiSiena

Michael is an attorney based in New York’s Capital Region, but if you asked him to represent you, his first advice would be to find another lawyer. Growing up surrounded by Giants, Knicks, and Yankees fans, he naturally has no affection for any New York sports teams. An astute observer of both sports and politics, he aspires to serve as offensive coordinator in the next presidential administration. He enjoys the finer things of life: art, literature, philosophy, classical music, and most anything else that won’t disappoint you by throwing an interception in the last seconds of an NFL game. I’m looking at you, Tony Romo.

The Agony and the Agony: Chronicling the Dallas Cowboys

Week One On the heels of a season that witnessed the worst defense in franchise history, the Cowboys’ offseason featured the loss of their two best defensive players DeMarcus Ware (to free agency) and Sean Lee (to injury during, get this, non contact drills). In a bold move, the wizards of smart populating the Cowboys […]

JerryWorld: From America’s Team to America’s Dystopia

In Dante’s Inferno, we read of an inscription on the Gates of Hell containing the famous phrase, “Abandon All Hope, Ye Who Enter Here.”  In the wake of another notoriously disappointing season, I have toyed with the idea of sending a letter to the bigwigs running the Dallas Cowboys organization, suggesting that those words, emblazoned […]