How does J.J. Watt celebrate a sack in the first game of 2016?
Answer: He pays homage to seemingly every popular dance move of 2015 in one fluid motion.
Late in the third quarter of the game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Houston Texans, Watt sacked Blake Bortles and got up to dance. But one dance wouldn’t do. Oh no. Watt proceeded to Whip, and Nae Nae, and Dab to show how versatile he truly is.
Is there anything Watt can’t do?
Catching a ball with defenders all over you: too easy. Catching a ball with defenders draped over you while on your back: now that’s more up Clay Harbor‘s alley.
The Jacksonville Jaguars tight end displayed this beauty – whether intentional or not – when Blake Bortles extended the play with is legs and then squeezed a pass to his tight end.
We have a feeling we won’t be seeing this type of connection between the two anytime soon.
NFL teams and stadiums around the country paid tribute to the victims and their families of the Paris attacks. Baltimore Ravens long snapper Morgan Cox added his own special touch.
Prior to the game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Ravens, Cox ran out on to the field carrying the French flag.
It’s a small but noteworthy gesture of support for the Parisians who are dealing with unspeakable tragedy.