New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is a Dallas Cowboys fan.  That's nothing new; he has explained that despite growing up in the Garden State, he roots for the Cowboys because as a kid he loved Dallas quarterback Roger Staubach.

Christie, of late, however, is taking his fandom -- and antagonism of Jerseyites who root for the Eagles, Giants and Jets -- to another level, joining Cowboys owner Jerry Jones in his VIP box.  Christie was by Jones' side when the Cowboys beat the Eagles last month. Then on Sunday night he sat with Jones as the Cowboys came from behind to beat the Detroit Lions in a first round playoff game.

Christie's reaction when the Cowboys defense sacked Lions QB Matthew Stafford to seal the win is, um, priceless.