Despite his great moments on Monday Night football, Colt McCoy still has a long ways to go in terms of the art of TD celebrating.
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Celebrating just can’t seem to go right for anyone in the NFL.
Washington QB Colt McCoy scored a go-ahead touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football, running a quarterback draw into the end zone with 13 minutes and 38 seconds to play in the game.
After the play, which gave his team a 17-10 lead, McCoy tried to celebrate with Andre Roberts but ended up falling over and running into another teammate.
This latest celebration fail thankfully did not result in the season ending injuries we’ve seen this season.
Lions LB Stephon Tulloch tore his ACL in Week 3 celebrating a sack of Aaron Rodgers, and on Sunday Bears defender Lamarr Houston tore his ACL celebrating a sack of Patriots backup Jimmy Garappolo.