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this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; New Orleans Saints players light up when asked about Teddy Bridgewater’s dance moves. “Historic,” linebacker Craig Robertson said. “It’s A1,” safety Chris Banjo said. “Teddy’s the man,” running back Mark Ingram said. “The boy got moves,” linebacker Demario Davis said. ...

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Old 12-15-2018, 09:21 AM   #1
 
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‘Bike Life’: Saints' Teddy Bridgewater explains unique dance moves

New Orleans Saints players light up when asked about Teddy Bridgewater’s dance moves.

“Historic,” linebacker Craig Robertson said.

“It’s A1,” safety Chris Banjo said.

“Teddy’s the man,” running back Mark Ingram said.

“The boy got moves,” linebacker Demario Davis said.

Bridgewater, the Saints’ backup quarterback, hasn’t played much this year, but in the team’s post-victory celebrations, he’s shined.

Two moves specifically have made Bridgewater a social media sensation this year, most recently his “Bike Life” dance in which he mimics riding a dirt bike.

“They’re pretty good,” linebacker Alex Anzalone said. “I think that you have to understand the culture to understand his dance moves.”

That’s South Florida culture, more specifically Miami culture and even more specifically Liberty City culture, Bridgewater’s childhood neighborhood.

Bridgewater saw football players from his high school, Miami Northwestern, doing the “Bike Life” move recently, and after his old school won its second straight Florida 6A state title last week, he wanted to pay homage to the kids who popularized the dance.

Bridgewater shared some videos on social media of the high schoolers doing the dance last week, and he showed some Saints teammates the clips before they played the Buccaneers last Sunday.



So, after the Saints beat the Buccaneers, Bridgewater was in the locker room riding the bike along to the blaring music.

“I kind of enjoyed watching them do it, so I was like let me pull it out,” Bridgewater said.


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When did dancing become more important than playing? I prefer to walk away like I've been there before.....to me that looks more grown up.
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....to me that looks more grown up.


YEAH!!!! You kids go play someplace else!, get a
haircut, turn off that radio and get a job!!! When I was your age.........
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....to me that looks more grown up.


YEAH!!!! You kids go play someplace else!, get a
haircut, turn off that radio and get a job!!! When I was your age.........
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Edit: You forgot to mention "Lighten up Francis!"
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