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The moves are tremendous.
In front of their hometown fans, the Jets didn’t huddle up to discuss game strategy or to take a few extra sips of water while they waited for the game to resume. Instead, they did this.
A post shared by New York Jets (@nyjets) on
That’s pretty fun, right? You know what’s a whole lot more fun? When Twitter gets ahold of the video, hashtags it #JetsDanceToAnything, and sets the internet aflame.
The internet apparently discovered that the Jets can dance to any style of music. Need proof? Here are some examples.
To “Hava Nagila?” God yes.
— Josh Frumkin (@jfrumkin) November 4, 2017
Charlie Brown would appreciate this even after Lucy pulled the football away.
— ANTHONY ADAMS (@spiceadams) November 3, 2017
It works in different languages.
— Kalind Patel (@NYCKNP) November 4, 2017
It’s fun for a Baby and a Ginger.
— EROCK (@TheMightyEROCK) November 4, 2017
Barry Gibb would be proud.
— Michael Pagano (@michaelpagano_) November 4, 2017
It’ll put you in the Christmas spirit …
— Julia (@fooolia) November 3, 2017
… you’ll finally get that piece of the pie …
— Brian Born (@BrianBorn) November 4, 2017
And it’ll make you want to be Rickrolled.
— Greg Blas (@gman42995) November 4, 2017
The Jets were supposed to be terrible this year, and some analysts predicted they might go 0-16 on the season. Instead, they’re 4-5 in 2017, and though they’re probably not good enough to make the playoffs, they’ve certainly been successful enough where they can dance their hearts out on the field and celebrate for as long as they want.
Josh Katzowitz is a staff writer at the Daily Dot specializing in YouTube and boxing. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times. A longtime sports writer, he's covered the NFL for CBSSports.com and boxing for Forbes. His work has been noted twice in the Best American Sports Writing book series.