It’s the first preseason game of 2017 for the Seattle Seahawks, and their sexy dance is already in midseason form:
No. 98 defensive tackle, Garrison Smith, is seen showing off the dance moves here. This was after a pick-six and as you can expect, when a defensive player gets the opportunity to show off his moves, he’s gonna do it.
If you haven’t been keeping up, the Seattle Seahawks are the kings of sexy dance:
The only thing that comes close is Denver’s Von Miller. But he is only one man:
The Seahawks have it down to a science — so much so that Michael Bennett has determined exactly how many thrusts will get you a fine vs. how many thrusts will get you a baby. And we respect that.
With the NFL easing up on its punishment for celebration, there is no doubt that the Seahawks are fully prepared to take advantage of this and continue their dominance of sexy dancing celebrations.
Depends. If you’re a Volunteers fan, absolutely. Rookie quarterback Joshua Dobbs, a fourth-round pick out of Tennessee, will get the start for the Steelers. Dobbs isn’t a finished product, but he’ll have a chance to show the Steelers if he’s worth investing time and work into. That could mean Dobbs can eventually succeed Roethlisberger — or at the very least backup Landry Jones, who is out due to injury.
Friday’s preseason showdown will likely be a sloppy affair between two teams taking their first game reps, but it will also give a glimpse of how two expected contenders will look in 2017. The Steelers and Giants both have explosive offenses led by veteran championship quarterbacks. If their defenses can rise to the occasion, Week 1 of this year’s preseason could be a preview of the final week of the postseason.