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By John The Draft Guy on Nov 3, 2014 | Reply
Please remind Ellington about Lamar Houston and Stephan Tullock.
Both guys jumped to celebrate and both blew out their ACLs and were lost for the season.
Andre, don’t make me break out that Gramatica video, who ended his year jumping in celebration.
Stay on the ground.
By jeffy1951 on Nov 3, 2014 | Reply
As ridiculous as this may sound, I can’t HELP but think of the injury Martin Grammatica suffered when HE got happy about a made field goal! lol …. We love ya Andre but would you mind NOT leaping and maybe celebrate on the ground?! BTW seeing as how nick-names seem to be trendy these days, how about “Duke” Ellington?
By Michael on Nov 3, 2014 | Reply
Best. Spike. Ever.
By Dr. G. on Nov 3, 2014 | Reply
Never been a fan of celebrating with the jumping, the head slapping, the tackling, the dog pile, bumping helmets, etc… But, ’tis difficult to control spontaneity. I think Carson could give an appropriate talk on safety and preventing unnecessary injuries…in that he displays admirable emotional control with failure and success the guys can emulate…screaming and yelling can do it.
By Scott H on Nov 4, 2014 | Reply
NOT a bad point, especially since we’ve seen a few players hurt themselves doing that THIS YEAR! Take a page from the Larry Fitzgerald training manual, kid, and take heed. Just flip it back to the refs and head for the sidelines.
Anyone else worried about the workload being put on Ellington with us having virtually nothing behind him??? Scary….very scary.
By hminus on Nov 5, 2014 | Reply
kept watching his ankles when he was coming down…like the distribution of carries better when Taylor carried 12 times,[should reduce Ellingtons carries to 18-20 a game…while continuing to utilize him to the same degree in the passing game,]…also give #2 back,[Grice,] 4-5 more carries for balance…
By azdesertrat1953 on Nov 5, 2014 | Reply
Could have stayed on the ground.
But I liked the way Ellington “Put The Nail In The Coffin!” to put Dallas away.
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