I saw this video yesterday on TotalProSports. How awesome is this dude? The kid’s name is Peter Dill.
With only eight career minutes played, Dill was able to catch the eye of some when he was spotted performing his Aaron Rodgers’ belt celebration from the bench during last year’s Big East Tournament. He was at it once again during Seton Hall’s 75-63 victory over No. 8 Connecticut on Tuesday, as he pulled out the “booty slap”, the “down-low fist-pump”, and the “Thor hammer.”
I loved the ‘Thor Hammer’. I have a new found respect for benchwarmers. They can make it big if they put their mind to it.
Being in the NFL gives football players a chance to do something that they cannot do anywhere else in their lives, and I’m not just talking about getting to play in front of tens of thousands of people for millions of dollars. No, there is something greater than that.
They get to (creatively) celebrate a touchdown.
Image credit: Holy Scwhartz
The touchdown celebration began with...
Want to win the Super Bowl? As recent history has indicated, you better have as lost recently as Week 15 or forget it. I have a theory that a late-season loss helps refocus/motivate a team. There is *some* data to back me up:
- Last season’s Packers lost in Week 15 to New England 31-27 in a game Matt Flynn had to start due to an Aaron Rodgers concussion. The Packers went on to...
Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees may be front runners for NFL MVP honors but Tom Brady's been no slouch this season. Rodgers led his team to a 15-1 record and Brees broke Dan Marino's 27-year-old single-season passing record, but Brady was the only AFC quarterback to throw for more than 5,000 yards. He also led the Pats to a 13-3 record, including eight in a row to end the regular...
ROBERT SABO/NEW YORK DAILY NEWSThere's no doubt Eli will be the Mann if he's able to lead the New York Giants back to the Super Bowl.By Gary Myers - NY Dailynews 1/8/12
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