By Jeff Paul


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DALLAS (CBSDFW) – A Dallas Cowboys fan is so confident his team will win the Super Bowl, he has made a permanent prediction.

Jordan Garnett, 24, said he is so sure America’s Team will win it all that he has tattooed it on his arm.

“We’re Cowboy fans. We’re supposed to be cocky,” said Garnett.

The South Florida resident considers himself a “super-fan” who has watched the Cowboys his entire life.

“I don’t miss Cowboys games. I’ve lost jobs because of how big of a fan I am,” said Garnett.

Judging by his latest decision, it is hard not to believe just how devoted Garnett is to the Dallas Cowboys.

“I posted, ‘if anyone is willing to pay for this tattoo, Super Bowl champs 51 Dallas Cowboys, I will do it.’ That’s how confident I am that we’re going to win the big game,” said Garnett.

A friend, who is a fan of the rival New York Giants, called his bluff and forked out the cash for the tattoo.

“’Hey man, it takes a lot of luck to get to the Super Bowl. Are you sure you want to do this?’ They asked me three times. Drill, lets go,” said Garnett.

Two hours later and $130 later, Garnett made his prediction permanent.

“Oh yeah, It’s not coming off. There’s no way, I can’t rub it off. It’s there,” said Garnett.

He posted his new body art on social media and Dallas fans were not happy.

“Cowboy nation hates me right now. They think I just jinxed the team… But we’re doing it,” said Garnett.

And if Dak, Zeke and company are not crowned Super Bowl 51 champions?

“If we don’t, I can probably never show my face in Dallas again,” joked Garnett.

He insists that he has no back up plan. It’s all or nothing.

“So when we do win the game, February 5th 2017, I told you so. Just apologize, it’ll be alright,” said Garnett.

Garnett said if the Cowboys win it all, he hopes to at least receive an invite to the victory parade.

No one from the Cowboys organization wanted to comment on the situation.

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