As the NASCAR offseason continues, many drivers are eagerly tuning into NFL games on the weekends, something that is almost impossible most weeekends during the Sprint Cup season.

However, with a rare Saturday night football game between the Washington Redskins and the Philadelphia Eagles, some of NASCAR's top drivers tuned in and had a little fun with the wild game.

Hendrick Motorsports' Dale Earnhardt Jr. is a life-long Redskins fan, and when Washington quarterback Kirk Cousins unexpectedly took a knee at the end of the first half instead of setting up a field goal, friend and fellow competitor Brad Keselowksi couldn't help to think Earnhardt was having a hard time with the decision.

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Wow. This nfl game is just silly.

β€” Brad Keselowski (@keselowski) December 27, 2015

.@DaleJr in my mind after that last skins play ☺️😝😊 pic.twitter.com/JZ1uFKz19c

β€” Brad Keselowski (@keselowski) December 27, 2015

When Washington eventually emerged on top to win the NFC East division championship, the drivers congratulated the team that is widely popular in the NASCAR garage.