December 22, 2013


KIRK Cousins and Pierre Garcon.

My opponent in the Championship game is starting both, which leaves me in the weird position of having to root for Dallas today. If I have ever rooted for Dallas (maybe in the past to keep another division rival out of playoff contention?), I can't say that I recall it. I suppose I could just hope that Cousins plays poorly and manages to win, but c'mon, generally when the QB stinks his team loses. So there is no way to expect a Cowboys team who can score points, to lose to the Redskins if the Redskins can't score. 

I am in a pickle. If I want the win it seems the price is rooting for Dallas.

THIS week.

  • I would love to be a fly on the wall watching you root for the Cowboys Flip. This is a classic. I'm pulling for you bro.
  • Ugh! I'm more going to be rooting for the Cowboys defense than the Cowboys team. And again, it IS against the Redskins. (See me trying to rationalize it? lol)

    Ohhhh what a weird place to be.

    I know some might say that I shouldn't because if teh Cowboys win then there's a showdown in Dallas next week, but come on; it was ALWAYS going to come down to that game. That's why the NFL put it in week 17. The only thing that could have given this game more meaning would be if it were played ON Christmas Day.
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