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Kirk Cousins has got a really weird new catchphrase

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Kirk Cousins is back at it again.

Following on in the footsteps of his "You like that!" outburst that became incredibly viral after a Redskins win last season, the Washington quarterback has done it again after he led his team to a shock win over the Minnesota Vikings yesterday.

As he ran towards the locker room following the 26-20 win, Cousins let everyone know exactly what his new 'catchphrase' is - a very odd take on Young M.A.'s "ooouuu".

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At least that's what we think it is. We may be very, very wrong and overestimating Cousins' hip hop knowledge.

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According to the man himself, the "ooooo-weeeee" wasn't actually his creation, with the quarterback stating on Twitter that all credit must go to Quinton Dunbar. 

We will have to wait and see if the latest catchphrase will stick around. "You Like That" was arguably the best catchphrase that Washington has seen since 'Yes We Can' in 2008 from a certain Barack Obama.

Whatever happens, it looks like Cousins and the Redskins are going to need to get another t-shirt designed for their latest moniker.

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