Tattoo, take 2: Dallas Cowboys fan amends artwork, predicts title next season

Jordan Garnett displays his tattoo before it underwent a slight revision this week. (Damon Higgins / The Palm Beach Post)

Jordan Garnett displays his tattoo before it underwent a slight revision this week. (Damon Higgins / The Palm Beach Post)

The ‘I’s have it.

Jordan Garnett, the Boynton Beach stand-up comedian whose love for the Dallas Cowboys is permanently etched on his right biceps, amended his tattoo this week in yet another crack at accuracy.

Last month, Garnett had the words “Super Bowl LI champs” added to an existing tattoo of the famous Cowboys star. That was his fearless prognostication that the Cowboys would go on to win next month’s Super Bowl in Houston.

When Green Bay Packers star Aaron Rodgers threw a wrench in Garnett’s plans, eliminating Dallas last weekend, Garnett went to Plan B. He had an artist add another ‘I’ to the tattoo so it now reads “Super Bowl LII champs.”

“I’ll guarantee it again: We’ll win it next year,” said Garnett, 24.

Now, Garnett gets to sweat out another year until he learns whether the Cowboys actually do win that title game in Minnesota. It’s worth noting that Garnett squeezed the additional letter nice and snug so that if he needs to go to Plan C, he can (probably) make it read “Super Bowl LIII champs” for the 2019 game in Atlanta.

After that, he’s out of luck. The 2020 game at Hard Rock Stadium is Super Bowl LIV.

At least, for Garnett’s sake, the Cowboys are thought to have the finest nucleus of young talent led by quarterback Dak Prescott and running back Ezekiel Elliott.

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