Got a magnificent man cave you want to share? How about a flower print recliner circa 1992 you just can't seem to get rid of? Home theater? Rabbit ears over your TV?
We wanna see it. Show us your game-watching set up. Here's mine:
Are you not amazed? Does the first floor view of the parking lot take your breath away? It should because cars emit carbon monoxide and carbon monoxide kills. Get your CO detectors checked every 6 months!
Here are some other things to show you:
From the user "amazing80" from TexansTalk.com. Click the link if you want to see more. Fantastic set up.
An amazing infographic that circulated around the internet late last year. It's certainly worth sharing again.
Remember when the Lions pulled off a miraculous 24-point comeback versus the Cowboys back in 2011 thanks, in large part, to Tony Romo's embarrassing 4th quarter meltdown? Thanks to my girlfriend's awesome father, I was there in Cowboys Stadium when it happened... watching Romo crush the soul of every Cowboys fan in the building was glorious in super hi-def. But those monster screens were just too distracting right in the middle of the field. It felt like I was in some grandiose, over-priced movie theater with Gigli on the screen instead of an actual football game.
Hopefully Reliant's new screens, featuring one over each endzone, will be more complimentary to the in-game experience instead of dominating it... like a nice, bold cabernet paired with a perfectly marbled ribeye.
The NFL is fighting a battle every game day against itself. From 2007 to 2011, the average attendance around the league has dropped from 67,755 to 64,698. The exponential increase in at-home technology has allowed fans to watch games in crystal clear high definition and booming digital audio-- all from the best seat in the house, like mine above.
Tim's topic yesterday regarding the new screens spurred some great discussion, and Capt Ron's comment is definitely worth sharing in case some readers missed it:
This will be my first season with the Texans without my previously coveted PSLs and Season Tickets.
Lots of great points here, and I'm curious to hear what other season ticket holders think about it. I've never been nor shall I ever be a season ticket holder due to the price (not to mention the 19,000-strong waiting list), but I've had some great memories watching the game live.
Share your pictures and thoughts below and have a happy Wednesday.