‘You Like That?’ Randall Cobb Steals Washington’s Catchphrase, Packers Advance
I guess we all recall back in Week 7 when Kirk Cousins screamed "You like that?" at a reporter following Washington's 31-30 comeback win over visiting Tampa Bay. But karma always finds a way in the NFL, and on Sunday, when it really counted, Cousins felt it fall on his head.
After the Packers' 35-18 comeback win over the Potatoskins in an NFC Wild Card Game at FedEx Field, Randall Cobb stole the catchphrase just like Green Bay stole the game. Cobb finished with 3 catches for 38 yards and a touchdown.
— Kaitlin Sharkey (@KRoseSharkey) January 11, 2016
A Great Night For Native Americans
There's no doubt that many football fans, and a high number of indigenous Americans, root against Washington on a consistent basis due to the controversy over their nickname and logo. So Sunday was special.
First the Packers squashed the RacialSlurskins, and then Leonardo DiCaprio won the Golden Globe for best actor in the film The Revenant. Excerpt:
"I share this award award with all the first nations people represented in this film and all the indigenous communities around the world.
"It is time that we recognize your history and that we protect your indigenous lands from corporate interests and people that are out there to exploit them. It is time that we heard your voice and protected this planet for future generations."
DiCaprio even defied the wrap-up music to deliver that portion of his speech.
Admit it America: aren't you glad that this guy below lost?
— tara houska (@zhaabowekwe) January 8, 2016
— SB Nation (@SBNation) January 11, 2016
According to Packer Report Stats and Info, I believe this was the biggest road playoff rally in #Packers history.
— Packer Report (@PackerReport) January 11, 2016
Next weekend: Chiefs-Patriots Packers-Cardinals Seahawks-Panthers Steelers-Broncos Yes please! pic.twitter.com/ofAq6v4B8x
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) January 11, 2016
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