Erin Andrews conducts interviews with some of the biggest and most prominent NFL stars around on a weekly basis.
For that reason, it only made sense for her to sit down recently with Dallas Cowboys quarterback Cooper Rush.
Rush has been an absolute stud filling in for an injured Dak Prescott. Not only has he recorded three straight wins, but he has been so good that it has led to debates about whether he should be the starter for the rest of the year.
While Andrews’ chat with Rush was interesting, one of the viral things from the interview that folks couldn’t stop talking about after the fact was what she wore to the proceedings.
The outfit largely speaks for itself:
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Fans couldn’t get over it.
“You are an extremely beautiful woman,” one person wrote.
“Wow EA you look amazing,” another added.
This isn’t the first time Andrews has blown up in this fashion. Her attire choice for her interview with Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers also drew strong reactions. And then of course there was that whole brouhaha about her wardrobe decision for the New Orleans Saints game that she had to come out and defend after the fact.
Between her provocative beach day photos, incredible dancing video, and crazy vacation pictures with Charissa Thompson it feels like Andrews has been in the news for one thing after another over the past few weeks.
Not unlike Rush.
Rush is fresh off dropping 223 yards and two touchdowns on 15-of-27 passing against the Washington Football Team (a.k.a. the “Commanders”). And that was his worst game as a starter.
The man is absolutely on fire, and it’s easy to see why there is such a strong debate about whether Prescott should even be allowed to start when he gets healthy.
Cowboys players have made their opinion on the topic clear, but it’s not up to them.
Even the Cowboys cheerleaders are playing at a Super Bowl level. https://t.co/N8fYCa84jE
— Game 7 (@game7__) October 6, 2022
As the season progresses, it will be interesting to see if Rush gets the opportunity to keep playing. If he does, this likely won’t be the last time he and Andrews sit down to chat.
Will the next conversation occur before the Super Bowl?
Time will tell.