Cousins: Chased down INT with victory in mind

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ORLANDO, Fla. — Quarterback Kirk Cousins did something the Washington Redskins most certainly didn’t like in the final minutes of Sunday’s Pro Bowl.

Cousins’ fiery competitiveness came out late, when he hustled down the field after throwing an interception to Buffalo Bills linebacker Lorenzo Alexander, who lateraled the ball to Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib. Cousins chased down Talib and swiped down with his right, throwing arm to cause a fumble and prevent a touchdown.

Both players landed hard but were not injured.

“It’s because I want to win, man,” Cousins told ESPN after the game of why he went for the fumble.

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