The Five Biggest Dance Moves by Miami Dolphins Players

Now that the Miami Dolphins have been knocked out of the playoffs and subsequently fired their head coach, it’s high time new times ranked the players’ best dance moves for the 2021-22 season.

What? Do you prefer to talk about how they played? And who will be the next coach? Difficult pass.

While this season, like every other season in most of our memory, was lost in mediocrity, the team incorporated some pretty sweet choreography on the pitch.

Admittedly, watching Dolphins players having fun is more memorable because it almost never happens. So without further ado, we bring you the top five Dolphins dance moves from last season. These moves were so good that they almost eclipsed the performance of the players when the clock was ticking.

Jevon Holland’s TikTok dance

After catching the ball all the way down the field in a game against the Baltimore Ravens, Miami Dolphins safety Jevon Holland allegedly, according to the YouTube video above, performed a TikTok dance. The video above also calls him “Jevon Hollins”, so it’s entirely possible we’re not dealing with the most reputable source. But Holland certainly moves a little to the right, then a little to the left.

Jevon Holland is great fun! (To note: mac hollins is a different person. To clear up any confusion, see below.)

Mack Hollins hits the Griddy

Meet Mack Hollins: A wide receiver for the Miami Dolphins! He may be an NFL player, but anyone who’s watched every Dolphins game this season can vouch that he’s also an expert at performing a popular dance called Griddy.

Mack Hollins is a fan favorite and, to be honest, has saved Dolphins fans from deep depression several times this season with his antics. Even when they were losing, Hollins seemed to be having fun. It’s usually very boring, but for some reason, we’re okay with that!

Tua Tagovailoa tries to sneeze

Say what you will about the Miami Dolphins quarterback, but no one can deny that he’s an utterly charming human. He’s really relatable, and that includes having zero pace. Just like us!

In the video above, Tua Tagovailoa explains how former Alabama teammate and current Pittsburgh Steelers running back Najee Harris taught him to Smeeze in college. But it wasn’t until his second season with the Dolphins that he decided to show off his moves.

Waddle Waddle

IYKYK. It took almost his entire rookie season, but Dolphins wide receiver Jaylen Waddle finally embraced what so many fans and teammates were crying out for: a celebration of the penguin dance. Fortunately, Waddle scored several times towards the end of the season, giving the world a taste of his “waddle”.

It’s a decision we hope to see in the years to come, because it’s one that will undeniably stand the test of time. Penguins never go out of fashion. They don’t rely on TikTok algorithms or social media challenges to stay relevant. It will be as fun to watch in 2031 as it is in 2021.

Christian Wilkins does the worm and the break dance

When you’re a 315-pound guy in the NFL, scoring a touchdown is a rarity. When you’re a 315-pound guy in the NFL playing defense, scoring a touchdown would be a pure miracle. When you’re a 315-pound guy in the NFL who plays defense and somehow scores a touchdown when your team’s offense is on the field, well, that calls for a celebration so big it seems to defy the law of physics.

Defensive end Christian Wilkins is used to showing off big dance moves, but what he choreographed after catching a touchdown pass against the Jets this season makes him a strong contender for Dancing with the stars: He dropped to the ground, squirmed like a worm, rolled over on his shoulders and landed in a pose worthy of a breakdance competition. It was truly unforgettable – and the best dance move of the season.