Stew Bradley Has A Nice Game And A Laughable Dance [Video]

Starting inside linebacker Paris Lenon left the game in the first quarter with an ankle injury after the New Orleans Saints scored a touchdown. According to what he told Kent Somers, he would not have come back into the game anyway, but it allowed Stew Bradley to get reps with both the first and second teams. Bradley played very well, looking very much like the linebackers the Arizona Cardinals hoped he would be when they signed him as a free agent to a five-year contract.

He logged a sack, six tackles and tipped away a pass at the goalline that would have been a touchdown on a third down play that forced the Saints to settle for a field goal.

But he also showed off some fancy (or not) dance moves.

After he sacked Chase Daniel, he got excited. take a look at this animated gif.

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via assets.sbnation.com

I'm sure that the Cardinals and Arizona fans would not mind Bradley playing like that, especially after the disappointing season he had in 2011. But the dance moves? That will probably get more 'SMH' on Twitter than anything else.

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