It started Thursday night when the defense danced during a timeout.
And an internet sensation was born. Over the last few days, the internet has added to the playlist with #JetsDanceToAnything.
We have the Peanuts theme.
Hall and Oates
Saved by the Bell
To get you into the holiday spirit.
And many others you can check out online.
Todd Bowles is not impressed, however.
On if he coached the dance moves on defense that were shown on Thursday night…
No, hopefully I didn’t coach those. They’re interesting. They do it a lot in practice. Not one of them could’ve been a soul train dancer, but that’s alright.
Jamal Adams has apparently impressed his teammates with more than his on field play and leadership.
Jordan Jenkins says Jamal Adams is “hands down” the best dancer on the team. Don’t say I’ve never given you hard-hitting journalism.— Brian Costello (@BrianCoz) November 6, 2017
Demario Davis, however, is not amused with the praise for the rookie.