Thursday, October 24, 2013

Carolina's Mike Tolbert Could Teach DeAngleo Williams a Thing or Two

The NFL must have decided to lay off penalizing celebrations. Each week we seem to see more and more guys trying to break out the dance moves when he scores. We've seem some current steps, some old school ones, and some that are just flat out bad.

Our first dance for Week 8 is Carolina Panther's running back DeAngelo Williams.

It was a heck of a run; that much is for certain (see below), but those moves? Dude--I've seen better rhythm from the geek on the wall with his hands in the air (like he just don't care). 

Maybe I've just gotten spoiled from the awesome moves that Mike Tolbert has thrown down with in the end zone. Tolbert doesn't try to do anything crazy; he just breaks out stuff that is easy to do in football pads.

Williams--I don't know what he is trying to do. Heck--should Tolbert hold a clinic maybe he can get veteran wide receiver Steve Smith to sit in. His little dance last week was awful. I am fully aware that he was busting out some classic Neon Deion Sanders moves, but Deion couldn't dance either.

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