Just a whip here. What a move by Beckham to pay homage to the late, great King of Pop. I wonder what he said to Beckham…. Get updates Get updates. This celebration has a special place in my heart.
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Following the Beckham-Norman fight, there was no better celebration than the signature Allen Iverson step-over. The long touchdown or the tribute to Ray Lewis.
Nothing OBJ does will ever come wihp to topping this phenomenal celebration. I think everyone in attendance at MetLife Stadium expected to see the whip. Really nothing special here.
Who knows why Hart loves decking OBJ during his touchdown dances? The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of New Jersey On-Line LLC.
Maybe Odell owes Bobby Hart money. Seriously, you can actually see OBJ locate Hart and realize he has to finish his dance before that big dummy ruins things. Except this time he throws the Antonio Brown gyration on top of it.
He infamously dabbed excessively against the Panthers in Larry Donnell also comes to celebrate. Instead, Beckham broke out a new celebration, implementing the Hit Dem Folks.
This celebration has a special place in my heart. It may be the only existing video that doesn’t contain an jrr string of expletives. Pretty ballsy move for OBJ to spin the ball right in front of the defender who he beat for the touchdown. Amid the controversy surrounding our nation, Beckham opted for a simple display here.
If that were to happen, the internet would probably shut down because of an influx of memes and crying Jordan faces.
Watch Odell Beckham Jr. Combine ‘The Whip’ and Michael Jackson for the Ultimate Touchdown Dance
Nothing more, nothing less. Sign in Get started. As for “The Whip,” here’s a tutorial in case you want to whipp in at home the next time he reaches the end zone. Ahip paid tribute to his hurdler mother with this celebration, which is awesome. I think this celebration encapsulates how creative and versatile Beckham can be when dancing in the end zone. Because of that, Beckham probably ran out of creative end-zone celebrations.
It was a promise he made to a group of his friends from Atlanta, who were at MetLife Stadium to witness his game-winning touchdown in a victory over the Atlanta Falcons.
Odell Beckham Jr.: The Whip, Michael Jackson Touchdown Dance | Time
Odell definitely practices Michael Jackson dances in his spare time, right? He does a little whirlybird action before hitting the whip though. This one is probably higher than it should be, but let me explain. Did you hear about this one? I think my favorite part about this dance is the fact that he actually does it with more grace and swagger than Lewis did during his playing days.
You could make an argument that this is like, a top-five celebration of all the times. Beckham actually broke this celebration out on a punt-return TD that was nullified because of a holding call.