Brock Osweiler's Tattoo Grammar Problem Is A IssueThe Houston Texans new quarterback has a big problem. On his left bicep he has a tattoo with the phrase "Live Life to it's Fullest." On his right bicep, Osweiler has the phrase "Leave Your Legacy." These are good motivational messages for the young quarterback. The problem is that "Live Life to it's Fullest" is improper grammar. It should be "its" not "it's" which would read "Live Life to it is Fullest." Phil Hecken, a constant contributor to Uni Watch, pointed out the grammar mistake on twitter last night. (He of course, spelled "catastrophe" wrong in his tweet, but we're going to assume, much like we did in the headline, that was purposeful.)
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