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(WTVR) - Almost everyone in Virginia is getting ready to cheer on the Redskins during tomorrows playoff game.

But for one little league team in Yorktown, when alerted Alfred Morris makes a touchdown, the Victory "Homerun" means so much more.

The team of nine and ten year olds met the rookie this summer when they were up in Ashburn for a tournament.

Morris was staying at the same hotel.

The parents watched as their little superstars became buddies with a future football phenom.

The team inspired his famous touchdown dance.

The little leaguers say the will be watching Morris's every touchdown and "homerun" during Sunday's game.