Found December 20, 2012 on Hinton's Sports Highlights:

Wait ‘til Jerry Jones gets word of this! The Houston Texans have unveiled plans to install a new video screen at Reliant Stadium. One that dwarfs the super-mega-HDTVs at the new-ish Cowboy Stadium. Actually, there will be two of them. Take that, “America’s Team.” The new screens will be more than 3,000 square feet bigger … Continue reading »

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