Found October 03, 2011 on
It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
And this, my friends, is why players should follow Barry Sanders' lead and simply flip the ball to the ref.
Perfect music splice. Found at The Hot Glove.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
FLIP YA FOR REAL
That’s how you backflip right? Land directly on your face?
Watch the video below as Marion Barber (Chicago Bears) celebrates his first rushing touchdown as a Bear. What an Epic Fail!
"Marion Barber of the Chicago Bears does a flip after making his first touchdown for the team in the fourth quarter against the Carolina Panthers at Soldier Field on Sunday." [Daily Herald] (H/T Disco Choo) More »
Above : possibly not the way former Cowboys RB Marion Barber envisioned making the highlight shows last night. The NFL has yet to levy penalties or fines for poorly executed celebrations, but they might consider doing so in the future.
It was nice that Chicago Bears running back Marion Barber scored his first touchdown for his new team with 1:23 left in the Bears' 34-29 victory over the Carolina Panthers, but the ex-Dallas Cowboy needs to grab a few style points in the all-important post-touchdown celebration game. For Exhibit A, I give you this debacle:
Yikes. Barber may be better off taking the example...
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The first four years of Adrian Peterson's career are similar to Barry Sanders' start in Detroit. Can the Vikings build around Peterson better than the Lions did around Sanders to promote winning?
Oh, curses (if you believe in that sort of thing). The undefeated Lions are on the national cover of Sports Illustrated this week, marking their first featured appearance on the magazine front since Barry Sanders graced the Hall of Fame issue in 2004.