The New York Jets defense put on a show last night…not just in shutting down the Buffalo Bills offense but also with their in-between snap moves. (See full video here)
Let’s break down exactly what is going on here…
Jamal Adams – The unquestioned leader. He’s got the arms wide, he’s got a secondary move with his hand behind his back (unlike many other players who just repeat the same move over and over again). He’s dancing like nobody is watching and like he is en route to being a back up dancer for Bruno Mars at an upcoming show. DROY (Dancing Rookie of the Year) to hopefully compliment Defensive Rookie of the Year consideration.
Daryl Roberts – Looking like it is 3AM in the club and he is too exhausted to do anything but move his head back and forth. It is okay, we’ve all been there. Sometimes less is more.
Marcus Maye – Has a good a little skip, looking out to the crowd move going. He doesn’t need the whole crew for his moves.Buster Skrine – Has the pogo stick, jump in one place and pump the crowd up move going. Safe, traditional. The old reliable of on field dancing.
Darron Lee – A new spin on Skrine’s move…literally. He has turned it into a whirling 360. Kids these days…
Juston Burris – “I kinda want to dance with everybody but I don’t have anything prepared so I’m just do some bunny hops in one place.”
Demario Davis – The side to side shuffle. A nice horizontal take on what Burris was doing but with more energy. Davis looks like he is itching to break everybody down and give a Braveheart style speech.Leonard Williams – Holding it down for the defensive line. Great use of the traditional rap concert move where you are putting it down and the two people closest to you are acting out the lyrics. You got Kony Ealy as the Puff Daddy hype guy here and Muhammad Wilkerson on the lead flow.
Jordan Jenkins – The disappointed Dad who just walked in on his teenage son and all his friends wildin’ out in the basement. He’s not amused.
Jets Trainer #1 and Jets Trainer #2 – The terrified people in the club who stumbled into the bachelor party’s circle of dancing. SLOWLY BACK AWAY!