New York Giants want to see some dancing during the Super Bowl. And no, I don't mean during Madonna's halftime show.
I mean the Victor Cruz TD Salsa Dance:
Cruz doesn't have to be the only one doing the salsa on Sunday, however. Many other Giants players tried their best to emulate the salsa master and prove they're worthy of a solo if they score a touchdown against the New England Patriots:
Let's decide who's got the right to shake their moneymaker and who needs to stick to just handing the ball over.
Fullback Henry Hynoski (No. 45) better leave the salsa, and any dancing for that matter, to the experts.
Linebacker Spencer Paysinger (No. 55) actually has the mechanics down, but we'd like to see a little more soul, a little more oomph in those gyrations.
What wide receiver Isiah Stanback ( no. 18) lacks in technique, he more than makes up for with excitability and smile-ability. He's allowed.
Guard Mitch Petrus ( No. 62). No.
Safety Tyler Sash (No. 39) appears to be confused as he seems to be skiing and not dancing the salsa. We'll ask for a redo before making a final decision.
Defensive tackle Rocky Bernard (#95) could make the big-man salsa work but he's gonna have to stop making that "I feel something squishy" face while doing it. Not sexy, Rocky.
Tackle James Brewer (#79) is allowed to attempt the salsa so long as he hums his own soundtrack ("dum-dum-dum-da-dum-dum") while doing it.