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Why Athletes Love “Teach Me How to Dougie”

Have you ever noticed when entering a ballpark or stadium the various music that is often blared over the loudspeaker? Sure, they have oldies, such as Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi, which totally rock, but what about the song, “Teach Me How to Dougie,” have you heard that song?

Well, if not, you will certainly know what it is and have it stuck in your head after watching these various videos featuring everyone’s favorite athletes dancing to this particular song, so enjoy!

1.) There is nothing better than watching John Wall and others dance instead of doing various NBA exercises.

 

2.) Indeed, fans are obsessed with the song. Well, maybe not obsessed, but truly will do anything when this song comes on, especially when one or two people are at center court.

 

3.) The Golden State Warriors welcomed the “newcomers” to their team by making them dance to the song during practice.

 

4.) Also, the Portland Trail Blazers took a page out of Golden State’s book, as they too made their rookies dance in front of their home crowd.

 

5.) After Michael Vick connected with DeSean Jackson, the wide receiver celebrate his touchdown by dancing to “Teach Me How to Dougie.”

 

6.) During a San Francisco 49ers warm up, Reggie Smith decided he needed to dance in order to get ready for the game, but who knows if they won that game?

 

7.) This Oregon Ducks fan needed to show off his moves with the college’s mascot, but who was the better dancer?

 

8.) Is it possible to say that the NHL even enjoys this song?

 

9.) It’s rather funny to watch sports analysts or reporters, especially Charles Barkley dancing to this song.

 

10.) While many New England Patriots fans are dreading their most recent playoff loss to the New York Jets, who doesn’t enjoy watching Braylon Edwards do the “dougie?”


Why Athletes Love "Teach Me How to Dougie"

Have you ever noticed when entering a ballpark or stadium the various music that is often blared over the loudspeaker? Sure, they have oldies, such as Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi, which totally rock, but what about the song, “Teach Me How to Dougie,” have you heard that song?

Well, if not, you will certainly know what it is and have it stuck in your head after watching these various videos featuring everyone’s favorite athletes dancing to this particular song, so enjoy!

1.) There is nothing better than watching John Wall and others dance instead of doing various NBA exercises.

 

2.) Indeed, fans are obsessed with the song. Well, maybe not obsessed, but truly will do anything when this song comes on, especially when one or two people are at center court.

 

3.) The Golden State Warriors welcomed the “newcomers” to their team by making them dance to the song during practice.

 

4.) Also, the Portland Trail Blazers took a page out of Golden State’s book, as they too made their rookies dance in front of their home crowd.

 

5.) After Michael Vick connected with DeSean Jackson, the wide receiver celebrate his touchdown by dancing to “Teach Me How to Dougie.”

 

6.) During a San Francisco 49ers warm up, Reggie Smith decided he needed to dance in order to get ready for the game, but who knows if they won that game?

 

7.) This Oregon Ducks fan needed to show off his moves with the college’s mascot, but who was the better dancer?

 

8.) Is it possible to say that the NHL even enjoys this song?

 

9.) It’s rather funny to watch sports analysts or reporters, especially Charles Barkley dancing to this song.

 

10.) While many New England Patriots fans are dreading their most recent playoff loss to the New York Jets, who doesn’t enjoy watching Braylon Edwards do the “dougie?”


Enough Talking, Let's Just Play!

The anticipation for this Sunday’s Patriots-Jets matchup keeps on brewing. Jets players have continued to constantly state their personal feelings toward quarterback Tom Brady or head coach Bill Belichick, but exactly, what does that accomplish? How much talking, complaining or irrelevant comments do we need to keep on reading or hearing about on a daily basis? Can’t we just play this game now rather than wait until Sunday?

Who wouldn’t want to see Rex Ryan and his New York Jets come marching into Gillette Stadium on a bone chilling Thursday evening in Massachusetts? Who wouldn’t want to see Tom Brady pointing toward the Jets sideline after a touchdown pass to Danny Woodhead or Wes Welker? Who wouldn’t want to be in the stands, dressed from head to toe in ski gear and throwing snow in the air, as the Patriots celebrate another playoff victory?

The anticipation continues to build every second as the 4:30pm kick-off approaches, although the more we hear or read about this particular game, the more we want it to happen now, rather than Sunday.

What makes this game so appealing has probably a lot to do with Ryan and his comments that he made toward the Patriots. Hearing that this particular matchup, compared to the two other regular season contests is “personal,” seems rather strange and bizarre, right?

What exactly is so “personal” or why even use this word? Is it that Belichick has three Super Bowl rings? Is it that Brady and Belichick appear to be the modern day version of Chuck Noll and Terry Bradshaw?

Explain yourself Rex, why is this matchup so “personal?”

Yet, what would Rex say in response to all these comments? Probably something along the lines of, “Well… because… I didn’t come here to kiss Belichick’s rings.”

Besides Rex, could we get some clarification from Antonio Cromartie, who flat out said  that he doesn’t like Tom Brady, yet never truly explained his dislike for the three-time Super  Bowl champion. Cromartie has faced Brady twice this season, but probably remembers that  2006 AFC Divisional game between the Patriots-Chargers quite well, especially because he  was on the losing end of it.

How come we haven’t heard much out of running back LaDainian Tomlinson, who usually always has a comment about Belichick, Brady or the Patriots, but apparently none as of recently?

Should we expect quarterback Mark Sanchez or wide receiver Braylon Edwards to say something soon?

All in all, the Jets talking has allowed the Patriots the opportunity to laugh, let loose and smile, but also, remain focused on the task at hand, which is to win and advance to the 2010 AFC Championship game. I didn’t say the Super Bowl because as Patriots fans know, it is one game at a time, not two.

The Patriots have faced the Jets twice in the postseason and have beaten them both times, so should we assume this one is in the bag? Possibly, but if the Jets stop talking then we may not know the answer, but for the time being, get excited and keep that enthusiasm going because we should be in for a laugh riot on our hands Sunday, as long as Rex and his boys keep on talking.

Enough Talking, Let’s Just Play!

The anticipation for this Sunday’s Patriots-Jets matchup keeps on brewing. Jets players have continued to constantly state their personal feelings toward quarterback Tom Brady or head coach Bill Belichick, but exactly, what does that accomplish? How much talking, complaining or irrelevant comments do we need to keep on reading or hearing about on a daily basis? Can’t we just play this game now rather than wait until Sunday?

Who wouldn’t want to see Rex Ryan and his New York Jets come marching into Gillette Stadium on a bone chilling Thursday evening in Massachusetts? Who wouldn’t want to see Tom Brady pointing toward the Jets sideline after a touchdown pass to Danny Woodhead or Wes Welker? Who wouldn’t want to be in the stands, dressed from head to toe in ski gear and throwing snow in the air, as the Patriots celebrate another playoff victory?

The anticipation continues to build every second as the 4:30pm kick-off approaches, although the more we hear or read about this particular game, the more we want it to happen now, rather than Sunday.

What makes this game so appealing has probably a lot to do with Ryan and his comments that he made toward the Patriots. Hearing that this particular matchup, compared to the two other regular season contests is “personal,” seems rather strange and bizarre, right?

What exactly is so “personal” or why even use this word? Is it that Belichick has three Super Bowl rings? Is it that Brady and Belichick appear to be the modern day version of Chuck Noll and Terry Bradshaw?

Explain yourself Rex, why is this matchup so “personal?”

Yet, what would Rex say in response to all these comments? Probably something along the lines of, “Well… because… I didn’t come here to kiss Belichick’s rings.”

Besides Rex, could we get some clarification from Antonio Cromartie, who flat out said  that he doesn’t like Tom Brady, yet never truly explained his dislike for the three-time Super  Bowl champion. Cromartie has faced Brady twice this season, but probably remembers that  2006 AFC Divisional game between the Patriots-Chargers quite well, especially because he  was on the losing end of it.

How come we haven’t heard much out of running back LaDainian Tomlinson, who usually always has a comment about Belichick, Brady or the Patriots, but apparently none as of recently?

Should we expect quarterback Mark Sanchez or wide receiver Braylon Edwards to say something soon?

All in all, the Jets talking has allowed the Patriots the opportunity to laugh, let loose and smile, but also, remain focused on the task at hand, which is to win and advance to the 2010 AFC Championship game. I didn’t say the Super Bowl because as Patriots fans know, it is one game at a time, not two.

The Patriots have faced the Jets twice in the postseason and have beaten them both times, so should we assume this one is in the bag? Possibly, but if the Jets stop talking then we may not know the answer, but for the time being, get excited and keep that enthusiasm going because we should be in for a laugh riot on our hands Sunday, as long as Rex and his boys keep on talking.

Daily Noontime – September 27, 2010

Has Peyton found a new target

Another weekend has come and gone, but it is a brand new week and today, yes, it’s Monday alright! Have a great day, here is our Daily Noontime for Monday September 27, 2010.

Headlines:

* Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning may have found a new target to throw to on Sunday’s, Blair White.

* Finally, Dallas Cowboys and Minnesota Vikings fans can breathe a sigh of relief because their team’s finally won a game!

* The New York Yankees helped their closer Mariano Rivera, despite his blown save, to beat the Boston Red Sox, 4-3, in extra innings.

* The San Francisco Giants are now in control of their own fate for the 2010 post season. They can win and earn the NL West or lose.

* Apparently the Philadelphia 76ers offered Andre Iguodala in a trade for Denver Nuggets forward, Carmelo Anthony.

* The Atlanta Falcons earned their second win of the season by knocking off the Super Bowl champs, New Orleans Saints.

* Michael Vick threw for four touchdowns and helped his, the Philadelphia Eagles, beat the Jacksonville Jaguars.

* Braylon Edwards helped the New York Jets defeat the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, 31-23.

Games to Watch:

* Boston at Chicago White Sox (MLB) – 8:10pm eastern

* Green Bay at Chicago (NFL) – 8:30pm eastern

Video of the Day:

During the Notre Dame-Stanford football game, one player happened to have the chance to not only score a touchdown on offense, but defense too.


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