[PHOTO] The Day After: Wondering If the Guy with the Texans-Themed Truck Has Regrets

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Boy oh boy oh boy, Sunday was a tough day for football fans in Houston. The Texans got crushed once again by the New England Patriots in Foxboro, this time ending their season on a decidedly down note. Our own Abrahán Garza happened to spy this Texans-themed truck with the "SKOOL" license plate parked downtown a few weeks ago and snapped a photo. According to the valet outside the House of Blues, there didn't appear to be any affiliation with a radio station or commercial entity, so we can only assume this is a real fan.

We wonder if he has any regrets. Hopefully not.

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