“Then the DJ played my favorite track, and a Biggie song was on…”
Apologies to Miley Cyrus for co-opting her lyrics, but it was Brooklyn’s Notorious BIG who was on the speakers when cameras caught Giants head coach Brian Daboll smashing him after the huge victory for the team in Tennessee on Sunday:
Fans surely had fun watching the coach make a move, although he’s not sure if that’s what he would call it.
“It was a good win, those guys worked hard and they were dancing before I got there. So, I don’t know if I was really dancing a lot if you want to call it that. But it’s good to celebrate with your guys,” Daboll said on Monday. “They put in a lot of work and got a lot of juice after that game, and rightly so. They played a tough 60-minute game. They brought me into the circle there; I don’t think I would call it dancing.
“I didn’t know he had moves like that, but he did a good job. Gotta give it to him, he got some good moves,” linebacker Tae Crowder joked. “It was very exciting. One of the best feelings I’ve had in a while and I can’t wait to have many more.
Whatever you want to call it, Giants call it being able to be themselves.
“Since their arrival, they have shown us that we can be ourselves. They often preach this: just be yourself and have fun with it. It’s something they do too,” Crowder said.
“It’s real for him, it’s who he is,” receiver Richie James added of Daboll. “He’s a prankster, a good guy. We will work on the movements, but everything will be fine.
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