Detroit Lions’ Stephen Tulloch Suffers Season-Ending Injury During Sack Dance

There’s nothing like hurting yourself in the middle of a celebration.

Add the Lions’ Stephen Tulloch to the list of embarrassed athletes. After sacking Aaron Rodgers, Tulloch got right to work with a victory dance that backfired worse than anyone could possibly imagine.

After doing his best “Discount Double Check” imitation, Tulloch fell to the ground in embarrassing form. While he tried to return to the field on the next play, his knee couldn’t hold up to the challenge and he spent the rest of the game on the sidelines.

An MRI later revealed that the Lions’ linebacker suffered a season-ending ACL tear – his first injury after 131 straight games without any issues.

Dancing is risky business.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJdBQVOLZw0

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