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#5 Don't Imitate - Top 10 Most Embarrassing NFL Moments

Many NFL players have their own creations on the field, mostly in victory dances or shuffles when they make a positive play. We had the “Ickey Shuffle” for example. Former Cincinnati Bengals running back Ickey Woods made the dance famous after he would score a touchdown. More recently off the field, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers made famous the line “discount double-check.” So in a game against Detroit on September 21, 2014, Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch sacked Rodgers, and to celebrate, he attempted his version of the “discount double-check.” It was a big-time FAIL. Upon coming back to his feet on a jump Tulloch tore an ACL. That ended his season.

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Harv Aronson

Harv Aronson was born and raised in Pittsburgh but now lives in Florida with his beautiful wife Melissa.

Harv currently writes for Abstract Sports, the Sports History Network, Yinzer Crazy website, and the magazine Gridiron Greats. Harv wrote the published book "Pro Football's Most Passionate Fans" and as a professional writer has had articles published in an array of sports publications.

Harv loves all sports but football and baseball are at the top of his interest. His passion is for sports history. You can visit Harv's website at and you can reach him at [email protected]

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