Robert Clyde Drew died a loyal Dallas Cowboys fan.
So loyal, in fact, that members of his family included this line in his obituary that ran on the web site for Wichita Falls funeral home Dignity Memorial:
"He died peacefully with his daughter by his side, knowing full well that Dez did, in fact, catch the ball."
So stand up, all ye members of Cowboy Nation, and take a moment of silence for a fan so true he took the fight over a controversial incomplete pass call on what appeared to be a Dez Bryant catch in the waning moments of Dallas' 26-21 loss to the Green Bay Packers in a 2015 divisional-round playoff game to the grave.
It was originally called complete, but then overturned by officials on review.
Maybe Drew's family, through their loss, will be able to take solace in being on the right side of history, though. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said in a Super Bowl news conference Wednesday that he has tasked the league's competition committee with redefining what is and what is not a catch.
Drew's loved ones sprinkled several other hot takes into his obituary, including their suspicion that he left this earth on Jan. 25 "to prevent himself from having to watch the Patriots and the Eagles in the Super Bowl."
According to the obituary, Drew loved his family and Taco Bell, "Perry Mason" and "Bonanza," as well as detailing cars.
Sounds like he was a heck of a guy.