Found February 28, 2013 on
Chicks in the Huddle:
Tip of the day: If you make a bet involving the fate of your unborn child, be 100% sure you can win it.
That advice is too little too late for Marissa Pena, a pregnant Cowboys fan. After losing a bet she made with her boyfriend, a diehard Washington Redskins fan, she’ll now be forced to give her child the same name as her sworn enemy, Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III.
Here’s how it all played out, via Off the Bench.
BEST OF MAXIM
As we continue the Team Needs series for the 2013 NFL Draft, we proceed to the only team without a first round pick; the Washington Redskins. I wanted to do this series in draft order, but it would just be rude to ignore the Redskins, so I’ll include them here at their original pick location that is now owed to St. Louis for the rights to Robert Griffin III last draft.
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