Former presidents George W. and George H.W. Bush at Texans game
The Texans-Raiders at Reliant Stadium has something no other NFL game has had this season: Two former president in attendance.
Unless Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter are hanging out at the same NFL stadium, there will only be one game on Sunday with two former presidents in attendance and that game is Oakland at Houston.
The younger Bush made his rounds at the stadium before the game and as you can see above, Bush ran into Raiders owner Mark Davis. Hopefully Bush was giving Davis some haircut advice, because Davis obviously needs it.
Davis may have been the only person at the game who actually got to meet W, as you can see below, there was a buffer between the former presidents and the media.
The former presidents picked a solid game to go to, not only do they get to see the return of Texans coach Gary Kubiak, but they get to see Raiders undrafted rookie Matt McGloin make his first career start.
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