DALLAS — Standup comedian Jordan Garnett was pretty sure that the 2016 Dallas Cowboys would make history, becoming the first team with a rookie quarterback to ever win a Super Bowl.
So certain was he, that he got it tattooed on his shoulder in early December, and spent the next six weeks making national sports headlines, receiving death threats, defending his decision, doubling down on his claim:
No doubt, he gets credit for “calling it.”
Instead of beating the Green Bay Packers, defeating the Atlanta Falcons, and then advancing to victory over the AFC Champions, however, his Cowboys will get an early jump start on the offseason.
And Garnett can get started finding a tattoo artist to cover up that tattoo.