AUSTIN (KXAN) — The Dallas Cowboys are going to win Super Bowl LI. Don’t take our word for it, but rather the tattoo on Jordan Garnett’s arm.
KXAS in Dallas reports the 24-year-old, who lives in Florida, has been a Cowboys fan since he was in the first grade.
“I started watching the Cowboys in 1999,” Garnett told KXAS. “I’m pretty sure that was Irvin’s last year, Aikman was done the next year and then we lost Emmitt to the Cardinals in ’03. The only great season I got to see was Emmitt beating the (NFL all-time rushing) record.”
Garnett’s new tattoo is the Dallas Cowboys star with the words: Super Bowl LI Champions. He says he’s calling it and he doesn’t believe his tattoo will jinx the team’s chances of going all the way.
“You heard it here first, Dallas. Don’t hate me. I’m not jinxing you. I’m just that confident,” Garnett said.
Last week, the Cowboys clinched their spot in the playoffs after beating the Vikings. The team’s next game is on Sunday, Dec. 11 against the New York Giants. Tune into KXAN TV at 7:30 p.m. for the big game.