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Things are going to be very interesting this Sunday night when the Seattle Seahawks host the San Francisco 49ers. Apparently not interesting enough for the teams’ quarterbacks, though.
“You know what we should do? Whoever loses has to shave an eyebrow.”
-Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson
That’s right. According to a video posted on the EA Sports YouTube channel, Russell Wilson and Colin Kaepernick are each putting an eyebrow on the line for their heated rivalry game this week. Now there’s even more at stake in this game than playoff implications. One of these young quarterbacks will have to sport the unorthodox unibrow for the foreseeable future.
Here’s the video:
Who do you think will win in this matchup of NFC West powerhouses?
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