Hey NFL betting fans, do you remember that famous celebration from September 2014 game between the Lions and Packers? No, I am not referring to Andrew Quarless’ celebration from scoring a TD on an Aaron Rodgers pass, the one I am talking about is the mocking celebration by Detroit linebacker Stephen Tulloch against Green Bay in that same game. You still don’t remember? Aaaargh, you are such a spoilsport! Okay, let me jog your memory… This is what happened.So Aaron Rodgers was in his element trying to do his thing for the Packers, passing for touchdowns and all, but in the process of attempting a play, Tulloch sacked him. Unfortunately for the linebacker, his exaggerated celebration of the sack earned him an injury and was unable to continue in the game. To his relief, though, the Lions eventually won the game 19-7 and his sack counted as crucial moment in the game.Lets see that again…
When later asked about the dumbness of him getting injured as he tried to mimic Rodgers’ “title belt” celebration, Tulloch said, “I made a play on the quarterback to help my team and unfortunately I got up and in the celebration, and it happened,” so there was no need for him to feel embarrassed. Well, I don’t know about you, but for someone who had admittedly “played nine years in the league” without missing any game, getting forced out of his first NFL game due to an injury from celebration was really stupid and embarrassing, to say the least.In his defense, Tulloch is not the only player in the league to have suffered a dumb injury. Here is a sweeping look at some other players who’ve had bad or worse dumb injuries:“Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I’m not sure about the former.” – Albert Einstein. The incident could prove costly for the DE, who is yet to sign a new long-term contract with the team. If he is set to miss a significant amount of time from the team, the starter may not only lose his job, but the management can decide to rescind the franchise tag offer he received from the team, making him an unrestricted free agent. Despite the dumbness of his mishap, let’s hope he makes a speedy recovery from the injuries in time for the new season, especially for the sake of his NFL career that has been quite fruitful, so far. Expectedly, the head vs. wall experiment turned out to be hurtful for him, as he suffered a sprained neck. The QB had to be taken to a hospital after halftime and his team played the rest of the game without him. As it turned out, the game ended 7-7, with both teams sharing the spoils. If only Frerotte had stayed in the game…Sources SI.com (http://www.si.com/nfl/2015/07/05/jason-pierre-paul-fireworks-injury-new-york-giants)ESPN.com (http://sports.espn.go.com/new-york/nfl/news/story?id=6630528)
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