Saturday, August 1, 2015

Allen Iverson tweets his love and affection for the Cowboys

Philadelphia has forgiven former Sixers star Allen Iverson for a number of his previous transgressions.

Allen Iverson tweets his love and affection for the Cowboys

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Former Philadelphia 76ers basketball player Allen Iverson. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
Former Philadelphia 76ers basketball player Allen Iverson. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

Philadelphia has forgiven former Sixers star Allen Iverson for a number of his previous transgressions.

This transgression, however, may be unforgivable.

Iverson posted on his Twitter account Thursday night that he hoped his Cowboys bring home a victory over the Redskins Sunday.

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The Cowboys (7-7) currently trail the Eagles (8-6) by one game for first place in the NFC East.

An Eagles win combined with a Cowboys loss would hand the Birds their first division title since 2010.

A Cowboys victory, regardless of the outcome of the Eagles-Bears game, will turn Week 17’s matchup between the NFC East rivals into a de facto division title game.

Needless to say, the fans in Philadelphia — the same fans that cheered Iverson on for years and still do to until this day — do not want the Cowboys to win Sunday.

Say it ain't so, A.I.?

[h/t to CBS Philly for the find]

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