THE WOODLANDS, Texas - It may have been raining at Soldier Field in Chicago Sunday evening, but up in The Woodlands it was pouring Texans fans.
The Battle Red Freaks along with hundreds of other die-hard fans, including some Texans cheerleaders took over On The Rox Bar and Grill to watch the Texans take on the Chicago Bears on Sunday Night Football.
"It's amazing," Gary Wood said wearing SWAT Team gear in honor of Texans defensive lineman J.J. Watt. "It's what it's all about right here. It's what it comes down to. 7-1 and 7-1. It's a battle."
But even amidst the pandemonium, these fans still took the time on this Veteran's Day to salute those who've truly been to battle.
"There are seven Battle Red Freaks," member Super Freak said. "Three of us are disabled veterans. So, we're very proud of our country. We're very proud of our city. We love our team."
On this night, the only one not feeling the love, was one lonely Bears fan we found drowning in a sea of red.
"I love my Bears," Chicago fan Richard Otero said while being heckled. "I'm gonna support my Bears no matter what."
Every first down, every turnover, these fans - these freaks made sure their voices were heard all the way to Chicago.
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