Kirk Cousins, Andy Dalton meet again in London, after 2016 tie

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Maybe, this time, the tie will be broken.

Six years after quarterback Kirk Cousins and Andy Dalton played to a 27-27 tie at Wembley Stadium, they’ll meet in a different stadium in the same city, with both playing for different teams.

On October 30, 2016, Cincinnati and Washington tied in London. Tomorrow, the Vikings (quarterbacked by Cousins) and the Saints (with Dalton replacing Jameis Winston) will square off at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Cousins threw for 458 yards in the game. Dalton generated 284.

Dalton actually has had more success than Cousins during their respective careers. The former TCU quarterback has a regular-season record of 77-69-2 as a starter. Cousins, who played at Michigan State, has a career regular-season record of 61-60-2.

The edge for Cousins comes from the fact that he has won a playoff game once. Once.

5 responses to “Kirk Cousins, Andy Dalton meet again in London, after 2016 tie

  1. Andy Dalton is a middle of the pack NFL QB who’s made ~$100M in his career.
    Kirk Cousins has a much worse record and has made $230M in his shorter career. This is why he’s a franchise killer

  2. Skins fan here. That 2016 game was a DOOZY. Had Kirk eeked it out we would have went to the playoffs. Josh docston was such a bust

  3. Been a Viking fan over 50 years. Irk Cousins under pressure has always been his Achilles heal,,,but the Vikings defense has given up the third most yards in the entire league. Not liking our chances this year unless both Cousins and the D improve greatly.

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