The Washington Redskins will be giving out a Kirk Cousins-inspired “You Like That?!” rally towels to fans during this Sunday’s playoff matchup against the Green Bay Packers at FedEx Field.

As Scott Allen of the Washington Post reports, the towels feature the logo of the International Justice Mission, and from the towel all go to a good cause.

“The white towels feature the logo for International Justice Mission, a D.C.-based charitable organization dedicated to protecting the poor from violence in developing countries. Proceeds from the sales of Cousins’s “You Like That” T-shirts have benefited IJM. Cousins explained how he got involved with the organization last month.”

Cousins applied for a trademark on the phrase is late December, and has been actively using the hashtag #YouLikeThat on sponsorship agreements.

Given all the terrible things that have been reported about the Washington Redskins over the last couple of years, having something like a Kirk Cousins catchphrase brings much-needed positivity to the organization. The towels are a nice souvenir for fans to remember a surprising season.

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