We know more about Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins today than ever before thanks to a hilarious game show vignette filmed for Sports Illustrated.
The segment, called "You Like That?!", asks Cousins to weigh in on a trio of non-sports topics.
The first was cats, specifically their inclusion in the famed Westminster Dog Show. Cousins is a well-known dog lover and adoption advocate, but he took a surprisingly anti-cat stance when asked for his opinion.
"I don't like that," he said, shaking his head. "I'm not a cat guy to begin with, and it's the Westminster Dog Show, so let's keep dogs in the show, not cats."
Ahh, very revealing.
Next up: Does he like karoake? SI host Maggie Gray mentioned that he used to be in a band in high school. Still, Cousins admitted he avoids karaoke.
"You know, I really don't like it. When I go to restaurants and karaoke is playing, I never really step in and get involved," he said. "It's fun to watch other people make a fool of themselves, but I stay out of it so I'm going to say I don't like that."
Cousins seems reserved at times, so this answer doesn't come as much of a surprise. The next question, however, did.
Gray switched gears from cats and karaoke to the political protests going on in Washington, D.C.
When she asked whether he "liked" the protests, the Redskins quarterback gave a diplomatic, patriotic answer.
"Well, I like it because I think it's our right as citizens," he said matter-of-factly.
"If you don't like protests and you've got a problem with it, then you've got to check the constitution and what it says and what our country's built on. So I'm going to say I like it and I like the people who are exercising the right to free speech. It's a great country that we have the ability to do that."
It's hard to know if he rehearsed that answer, but it strikes a perfectly a-political tone. And it's plain that Cousins has thought about the issue before.
Please take a moment to watch the full segment. It's hilarious and well produced.
So there you have it, Redskins fans: Cousins is anti-cat and anti-karaoke, but appreciates a good protest.
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