Jerome Simpson Busts a Move Into the End Zone

By Olivia Katrandjian

Dec 25, 2011 12:05pm

You’ve seen videos of football players celebrating in the end zone after scoring a touchdown, but Cincinnati Bengals receiver Jerome Simpson managed to bust a move as he ran into the end zone on Saturday’s Week 16 game against the Arizona Cardinals.

Andy Dalton threw a 19-yard pass to Simpson. The only thing between Simpson and the end zone was Cardinals linebacker Daryl Washington.

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Simpson didn’t want to take any chances getting around Washington, who is 6’2” and 234 lbs., so he did a somersault over the defender and landed perfectly on two feet in the end zone, in a move you’d expect from a gymnast.

The Bengals beat the Cardinals 23-16, keeping  their playoff hopes for the alive.

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