The quarterback's girlfriend took to social media to poke fun at Cowboys fans during Sunday's upset win
The Packers’ dominant 48-32 win was one of the biggest upsets in recent NFL memory, with the Cowboys heavily favored to win and having won 16-straight games on their home turf.
But Stone, 25, could only laugh late in the game as the Packers pulled away. On social media, the professional volleyball player taunted Cowboys fans by mocking their slogan “We Dem Boyz.”
“What happened?! I thought we were Dem Boyz?” Stone laughs in the video she shared on Instagram late in Sunday’s lopsided Packers win.
Stone then scans her camera past a row of empty seats in front of her before turning her phone back on herself to ask again, “We Dem Boyz…?”
On TikTok, Stone shared another video of herself smiling and dancing in the stands at AT&T Stadium. “Just checking in to see if y’all are still em boyz?!” she wrote over the video. In the caption, she wrote “#gopackgo.”
Stone, who wore a Jordan Love graphic long sleeve sweatshirt to the game, had plenty to celebrate.
Love led the Packers with 272 yards and three touchdown passes. By halftime, the Packers had jumped out to a shocking 27-7 lead.
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By the early fourth quarter, Love threw for his third touchdown pass to confidently put Green Bay up 48-16 before the Cowboys scored a pair of late touchdowns to inch closer, but not nearly close enough.
A No. 7 seed had never won an NFL playoff game before Sunday.
The win marked a major milestone for Love, and left the Green Bay area buzzing on Monday morning. In the Green Bay Gazette the next morning, Packers columnist Pete Dougherty compared Love’s breakout performance on Sunday to that of NFL Hall of Famer Brett Favre’s own statement-making performance in the 1995 playoffs, which helped launch his legendary career.
Love was drafted No. 26 overall by the Packers in the 2020 NFL Draft as the heir to former quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who had taken over for Favre in 2008. Rodgers was traded to the New York Jets last summer.
"I love Jordan," Rodgers said on The Pat McAfee Show last month. "I think he's going to be a great player in the league for a long time.”
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