Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 11/20/14

Like many other Philadelphia Eagles fans, Dylan Bott has grown tired of Andy Reid’s inability to bring the city of Philly a Super Bowl championship. Prior to Reid’s firing earlier this week, most of Eagles nation wanted him gone. However, Bott may have wanted a coaching change more than anyone else. Last Thursday, Bott posted a picture of the “Fire Andy” tattoo that he got on his butt after fulfilling the following promise: If this gets 500 retweets I legitimately will get “Fire Andy” tattooed on my ass. — Dylan Bott (@De_Bow72) December 18, 2012 The baffling part about all this is that it was pretty much common knowledge that Reid was a dead man walking for the better part of the season. It was no secret that the Eagles weren’t going to stand for missing the playoffs again given all the money they have spent over the past few seasons, and Philly was out of the hunt from about Week 10 on. Still, Bott blames Reid’s poor coaching for his new ink. Andy Reid owes me an apology. If he didn’t coach like such **** this year I’d have a tattooless ass — Dylan Bott (@De_Bow72) December 30, 2012 Unfortunately, this is not the first time a crazy sports fan has decided to express his enthusiasm by getting a tattoo on his ass. People like this Mavericks fan and this Texas A&M fan are far too easy to come by. H/T Crossing Broad

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