I might’ve found the biggest Dallas Cowboys fan here in Killeen, Texas, and he goes by the name of Jake Wright.

I thought last Saturday would be just a normal day until I decided to go to the gas station, and I ended up being in the right place at the right time. If you think you're a die-hard Cowboys fan, check this guy out.

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Canva/ Piggie Harris

Just look at this mobile monument to America's Team. Jake had every inch of his SUV plastered with Cowboys regalia. This car is exactly what you think a Dallas fanatic would drive. From the tires to the roof, and even the interior, this man's ride leaves no room for doubt about who he's rooting for on the good days and the bad.

Basically, this man is the polar opposite of a fair weather fan.

When I asked Jake Wright how long he's been a Cowboys fan, he said he's been a ride-or-die fan for as long as he can remember, and his pride in the team runs deep - especially as a Texan.


Canva / Piggie
Canva / Piggie

Thank you to Jake for letting me take a few pics of your awesome SUV. Whether you're a Cowboys fan or not, you have to admire the dedication and joy represented by this man's vehicle.

Jake seems like a really nice guy, but I get the feeling saying anything negative about the Cowboys around him might be fightin' words. I think as long as I’ve lived in Central Texas, I’ve never seen such a vocal and passionate fan of the Dallas Cowboys as Jake. I tell outsiders all the time there are three things you don’t mess with in Texas: Our BBQ, H-E-B, or the Cowboys!


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