Texans Owned Cardinals So Hard, Arizona Changed Logo To Houston’s

On Sunday afternoon the Houston Texans throttled the Arizona Cardinals 34-24 on the back of five turnovers from the Texans defense.  It would appear, according to CBSSports.com, that the Cardinals were owned so badly, they decided to take the Texans logo as their own.

This also could have just been a mistake on the part of the website, but we don’t want to rule out anything at this point.

Also, Carson Palmer could have been doing the graphics and he might be seeing the Texans logo all the time now after taking a shot from Devon Still on John Simon’s interception return for a touchdown.

Not quite the “Wiki-prank” people like to play when someone changes the owner of a team to someone who dominates them, but still a funny error after Sunday’s game.

[UPDATE: CBSSports.com has updated the graphic for the Cardinals]

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  1. John says:

    That’s the Cardinals for you. A top 5 team this season and a super bowl favorite by many, yet somehow they’re still the forgotten team in the NFC West. Love the insane value you guys put in a preseason game though.

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