Found December 11, 2012 on
Backyard Sports Blog:
Redskins fans were clearly hype as could be after their win against the New York Giants last Monday night. The win kept the Redskins in the playoff hunt, and the fans were very happy about their situation. This usually causes football fans to drink a few extra adrenaline beers. Check out this drunk fan after the game stumbling around and eventually falling into a poll. Video below.
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