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Posted at 08:12 PM ET, 11/20/2011

Redskins-Cowboys, in images


(Jonathan Newton - THE WASHINGTON POST)
Usually, I’ll exit a Redskins game having seen a few images that seemed amusing to me. Sunday’s overtime loss to the Cowboys produced about a dozen of them. That’s a a blog post.

Starting with the awfulness above, captured by The Post’s Jonathan Newton. Not a good look, bag head man. Or grumpy, crooked-had friend. Or sleeping/texting person behind you. Person No. 4 enjoyed himself, at least.


Ew. Gross. Yuck. Boo. Hiss. Retch.

“This is Redskin country,” Daryl Johnston pointed out on Fox. “You usually don’t see the crowd as split as they are this afternoon.”

(Via @recordsANDradio.)


Rex Grossman’s first-half face was a sad first-half face. He does get that look quite often when things go poorly, doesn’t he?

(Via Truth_About_It)


Worst jersey ever. Absolute worst jersey ever.


Though I’m not sure how much a fan of this one I am, either. The Sean Taylor tributes are cool, but “God’s Safety” is a bit much for me.

(Via @primetimereds)



This became part of the game chatter, but golly if Lou Spanos didn’t have a great look during this defensive call.


And a close-up.

(Via @ngreenberg and @thebrowncoat)


No idea what’s happening here. Not even a guess.

(Via @ryanjkelly)


An ode to Cowboys fan:

I can see your Lakers hat
And your lovely Cowboys shirt.
That Yankees playoff loss
Must have really, really hurt.

(Via @HogsHaven)


The Monks, Tebowing. Or blessing a Tebower. Or something.

(Via @ZanderDC)


Did you want to sign up for the season ticket wait list? There wasn’t much of a line on this day.

(Via @dcborn61)


And one last look at the head man, as the end approached.

(Via @recordsANDradio.)

By  |  08:12 PM ET, 11/20/2011

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