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Shoot the J…Shoot it!

 

Justin Tuck, who missed most of ‘06 season with a Lisfranc injury, said that if he had been playing, not only would he have partaken in the "Ballin’!" sack celebration, but he’d have outshined the others with his jump-shot.

 

"I have great form on the jumper with a quick release and everything," said Tuck, who averaged 17.6 points and 11.3 rebounds at Central Coosa County High School in Alabama. "It’s better than William Joseph’s, I can tell you that."

 

He also said that the defense is working on a new sack dance for this year but it won’t be revealed until the regular season.

 

I get the feeling that when it’s debuted, it’ll come as a surprise to Tom Coughlin as well.

 

Can't wait! :rolleyes:

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Shoot the J…Shoot it!

 

Justin Tuck, who missed most of ‘06 season with a Lisfranc injury, said that if he had been playing, not only would he have partaken in the "Ballin’!" sack celebration, but he’d have outshined the others with his jump-shot.

 

"I have great form on the jumper with a quick release and everything," said Tuck, who averaged 17.6 points and 11.3 rebounds at Central Coosa County High School in Alabama. "It’s better than William Joseph’s, I can tell you that."

 

He also said that the defense is working on a new sack dance for this year but it won’t be revealed until the regular season.

 

I get the feeling that when it’s debuted, it’ll come as a surprise to Tom Coughlin as well.

 

Can't wait! :rolleyes:

 

 

I know You are kidding right? You should write for the onion.

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