As touchdown celebrations go, Dallas Cowboys slot receiver Cole Beasley’s is certainly … unique. But what exactly is it supposed to be? Is it a dance? A secret handshake? The people demand to know.
The answer: It’s the saucy feet, man.
That’s what Beasley is referring to it as anyway, and his step-by-step breakdown of the celebration for Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News does make some sense. After going back and reviewing the tape, this definitely looks like the hand motion of a man who’s dumping a bottle of hot sauce out. But then what on earth is he doing with his feet? Would that be because Beasley just burned the Packers secondary for one of his two touchdowns in a 30-16 Cowboys victory on Sunday?
So many questions, and Beasley tried his very best to explain. We’ll give him an “A” for originality, especially for coming up with his own way to describe beating a man in coverage.
Asked Cole Beasley about his TD celebration: "Poor the sauce on my hand and put it on the shoes. Saucy feet, man." pic.twitter.com/CxYtzVkbDj
— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) October 18, 2016
“It’s just something I kind of started saying, you ‘give a guy the sauce,'” Beasley said. “That kind of stuck, so I just stuck with it. It’s part of just having fun and playing.”
With the way the Cowboys offense is going this season, something tells me there will be plenty more opportunities to examine the finer points of saucy feet.