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Join Date: Apr 2006
Texans super fan
Texans' Super Bowl tattoo
Chris Brown, who lives in Midland, is a die-hard Texans fan. And, based on this photo, he’s very optimistic about the Texans season.
A close-up of Chris Brown's tattoo.
Chris attended his first Texans game on Sunday when they beat the Jaguars. He compared the experience of being at the game to “a kid in a candy store.” As for the tattoo, he had the shadowing added behind the Roman numerals so he wouldn’t be able to change it, regardless of the season’s outcome. It’s a story, he says, he’ll gladly tell for years to come.
I first met Chris when he randomly showed up at CBS Radio’s Houston offices, where SportsRadio610 – the home of the Texans – is located. He wanted to complete his trip to Houston by meeting those who broadcast the games. He says that he and the other people in his Midland-based company love the Texans, despite living in an area that some still consider to be Cowboys country.
Super Bowl XLVI will be played in Indianapolis on Feb. 5, 2012. The Texans (5-3) are 3-0 in the AFC South and are projected to make the playoffs by winning the division.
Getting ink done is a serious decision, and I’m all for it if that’s what you want to do. I’m definitely impressed with his optimism for the Texans season; but, then again, it’s not my arm.
Chris said something his new favorite player had said gave him the idea to get the tattoo.
“Danieal Manning – he’s my favorite Texans player,” Chris said. “He inspired me to get the tattoo. I read where he said,’You can’t go to the Super Bowl if you don’t think Super Bowl’.”
This fan isn’t just imagining any Texans Super Bowl victory. He needs it to be pretty immediate.
Would you or anybody else you know make such a prediction in such a bold manner?
Hope he is right
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