Things didn't work out so great for this guy. Which, honestly, isn't the worst thing in the world. As I've written many times on this website, predictive tattoos are stupid and foolish and not worth the attention they bring, unless you're some type of sociopath or slave for endless abuse.
The man in the photo, Jordan Garnett, works professionally as a comedian, so perhaps this can be filed under publicity -- and you know the old adage about that. You're not gonna believe it, but Garnett has been under constant attack since Mason Crosby's 51-yard field goal brought Dallas to its knees.
By Monday, Garnett's spirit was still intact. The internet, which never met a spirit it didn't want to dissolve into fine powder to be swept away by a gentle gust of wind, is unlikely to let up for a few days.
This is it. This is the final post on NFL.com -- written by me, anyway -- about predictive tattoos. They are dumb and stupid and unoriginal and I choose to be part of the solution rather than the problem.
I already feel better.