The Philadelphia Eagles’ offense looks like it could be scary good. Granted, we don’t want to jump to conclusions after one game, but DeSean Jackson was most definitely enjoying the new scheme during the first half of Philly’s game against the Washington Redskins on Monday night.
After an Alfred Morris fumble in the first quarter, Michael Vick threw a 25-yard strike to a wide open Jackson for a touchdown. Jackson, who scored only two touchdowns last season, wasted no time capitalizing on his first trip to paydirt in 2013. That’s right, he busted out the Cousin Terio dance.
Those of you who are unfamiliar with Cousin Terio are missing out. He’s a little overweight kid who has become an internet sensation, and you can see a compilation of his skills if you check out our post about John Wall busting out the Terio dance. Kudos to Jackson for
being the first player (I think?) to do it in the NFL this season. UPDATE – Twitter legend CJ Zero points out that Ray Rice was the first to drop the Cousin Terio:
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