You know the deal. It's December. Tony Romo gets the ball late in the game and leads an attempt to get a crucial win in hopes of making the playoffs. 

Turnover. End of game. Cowboys collapse again.

That's pretty much what happened when Romo threw (when he really should've passed on 2nd and 6) the interception that gave the struggling Packers the 37-36 win. Your typical Twitter slander occurred, but this time there was an unusual partaker in the festivities.

Here's a good comeback for Romo: When was the last time the Hawks won a championship? Oh.

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[via Atlanta Hawks]