Boy, we are certain there are people out there who clench their buttholes too tightly ready to get bent out of shape about this…
After Sunday’s win, Green Bay Packers receiver Randall Cobb taunted the Washington Redskins — or at least the media assembled in the tunnel — with Skins quarterback Kick Cousins’ catch phrase, “You like that!”
So, please send us all of your bullshit diatribes about how this is unsportsmanlike and not befitting of a Packer because competitiveness and/or fun be damned!
Seriously, we’ll never understand those people who think it’s their business to police everyone else’s behavior. We’re starting to suspect it’s because they’re sneaking behind the woodshed at night to bone down with some sheep while no one is looking.
Joining the morality police is their way of rationalizing.
It’s like the homophobe that’s secretly gay.
But anyway, “You like that!” was adopted as the Redskins’ theme for the game. They even handed out rally towels to some fans.
Those rally towels probably got tossed in the garbage as that entire fan base was vacating the stadium early in the fourth quarter on Sunday.
The phrase originated from Cousins, who shouted it at reports while leaving the field after authoring a 24-point-come-from-behind victory over Tampa during the season.
It stuck around until the playoffs and now, like Washington’s season, it’s dead.
Unlike some, we enjoy a little trash talk. So, you go to town, Randy!