This news just in:
The Houston Texans are now saying the are going to have the biggest video displays in all of pro sports.
Even surpassing Jerry World's screens.
Ya'll check the dimensions and see if that is true. I have never been to Dallas' new stadium so I couldn't tell you.
"Today, the Harris County Sports & Convention Corporation voted to approve replacing the Reliant Stadium video display boards, making them the largest in Texas and the widest display in professional sports. Each video display will measure 52.49' (H) x 277.17' (W) with 4.4 trillion colors and a 960 Hz refresh rate for jitter-free HD images."
“Our game experience is consistently rated as one of the finest in the world and these spectacular video boards will help us elevate to an even higher level of performance for our fans," said Houston Texans President Jamey Rootes. "Starting next season, the energy, excitement and entertainment we deliver for each home game at Reliant Stadium will be matched with exclusive video content, real-time information and event enhancements to provide an even better experience for our large and loyal fan base.”