In a swift turn of events, it’s the Cleveland Browns world and we’re all taking up space in it. One man is decorating that space with a tattoo he hopes will pay off, but likely won’t be worth the hype.
Garrett Howenstine, a 20-year-old Ohio State student, joined the recent trend of premature championship tattoos with a large Browns one on his leg, WKYC in Cleveland reported.
Underneath the helmet is “SUPERBOWL CHAMPS LIV.”
— Ryan Koler (@KolerRyan) August 21, 2019
He may have taken Baker Mayfield’s “Feeling dangerous” line too seriously.
First of all, Super Bowl is two words. Second, ideally he has someone in his life with the “Liv” in the name, or the initials LIV, so he can cover part of it up. How to fix “Superbowl champs” in bold font is a little more complicated.
The Browns have high expectations and are trying to get to the playoffs for the first time since 2002. Opening odds — even after getting Odell Beckham Jr in a trade — have them missing the postseason. They’re still playing in the AFC North, after all, and getting out of that won’t be as easy as Browns fans would like to think.
Howenstine is simply showing his loyalty and epic fan status. He also could have done that with poetic lines by defensive end Myles Garrett.
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