Found September 30, 2013 on Universal Takeover Sports Network:
Miami Dolphins defensive end Jared Odrick did it again! On Monday night against the Saints, Odrick once again did his now infamous Pee-Wee Herman sack dance after he took down Saints quarterback Drew Bress in the second quarter. Odrick has done the dance multiple times throughout his career. No matter who he takes down, he never forgets his favorite “Tequila” dance. “The whole Pee-Wee Herman thing is terrible,” former Dolphins star linebacker Jason Taylor told Mike Berardino of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel in 2011. “Odrick thinks he’s cool now because they have a little song that they play in the fourth quarter. He thinks he’s a trend-setter. He’s embarrassing himself.” For someone who has been on Dancing With The Stars, Jason Taylor obviously has a lot to say about dancing. The Dolphins crowd has embraced Odrick’s fun dance and fans are loving it! Odrick, doesn’t mind the criticism of his dance from players like Jason Taylor, “JT’s just mad because he’s been here 15 years and doesn’t have a theme song yet,” he said. The young defensive end wants the Sun Life entertainment team in Miami to play his new favorite song after all his home sacks. So why did the NFL star pick such a weird sack dance from a film that was released years before he was born? Well, Odrick’s mother was the inspiration. “It was something I enjoyed doing when I was young,” Odrick told the Sun-Sentinel. “I was doing it when I was a little kid and I thought I’d bring that back. My mom actually told me to start doing it.” Give him a break folks, he got it from his mama! The post Pee-Wee Herman sack dance inspired by Mom. appeared first on UTSN - The Universal Takeover Sports Network.

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