There's this new celebration dance that I've noticed is catching on in the NFL.
Now, this is not to say it's new, just new to me.
Here's how it goes:
It's like gentle jogging, but instead of your feet hitting the ground alternately (left, right, left, right, left, right) they hit twice before alternating (left, left, right, right, left, left, right, right). Viewers of tonight's Ravens-Colts game may have seen one of the Ravens players (some big star whose name I didn't bother to memorise) doing it when he was introduced at the beginning of the game.
And it's not restricted to the Ravens. Over the last few weeks I've seen it done by players for the Eagles, Chargers, Saints and Patriots.
Still not getting it? Try it. Gentle jogging pace, with the feet going left, left, right, right, left, left, right, right.
Getting it? Getting into the rhythm?
Yeah, that's right, you're SKIPPING.
Like a schoolgirl in the playground.
Nice move, Mr Big Bad NFL Player, celebrating sacking the Quarterback by going hoppity-skip like a 6-year old called Penelope.
Sheesh. Where did all the testosterone go?
What's next? Pigtails?
BTW, kudos to the Colts, for beating the team nobody thought you could beat, and, more importantly, not skipping.