If you're a Redskins fan, you may not agree with everything Kirk Cousins does.
Don't think he runs enough when creases open up in a collapsing pocket? OK, that's fair.
Wish he would target his receivers more and get guys like Josh Doctson and Terrelle Pryor more involved? Sure, that's fine, too.
But on Thursday, the quarterback took a position on something that you cannot dispute. And if you do dispute it, you're a bigger maniac than the people who claim that candy corn is edible (it's not, and if you think it is, please close this window immediately and head to your nearest therapist).
Here's how No. 8 reacted when he came home to his wife playing some Christmas tunes:
Came home to The Good Lady playing Christmas music...#TooSoon— Kirk Cousins (@KirkCousins8) November 9, 2017
That #TooSoon hashtag is more on point than Cousins' beautiful 38-yarder to Josh Doctson in Seattle. Actually, the fact that Cousins is against the early playing of Christmas music is, on its own, almost enough proof that he should be handed a new, lucrative contract.
Now, this isn't supposed to be a referendum on Cousins' wife, Julie, or her character. There's nothing wrong with loving the holidays and wanting to get into the holiday spirit, after all.
But, as of this blog post, Christmas is 45 days away. It's Week 10 in the NFL, and Dec. 25 falls right after Week 16's conclusion. Can't it wait until December, or at least until the Thanksgiving leftovers have been digested?
Anything is better than early Christmas music, really. Even really mediocre renditions of Hamilton.