Watch Kayvon Thibodeaux dance on the Vikings logo to make Minnesota lives worse
The scenes in Minnesota were incredible on Sunday night. As soon as the NY Giants stunned the Vikings at U.S. Bank Stadium, people couldn’t believe their eyes. Daniel Jones played the game of his life and took down the No. 3 seed in the NFC in the Wild Card Round? You bet that’s exactly what went down.
For Kayvon Thibodeaux, the No. 5 overall pick was over the moon when he realized the G-Men were moving on to the Divisional Round to take on the Philadelphia Eagles. Thibodeaux was so hyped up, he decided to drop the ‘Griddy’ dance at midfield on the Vikings logo. Their fans are furious, but no one in East Rutherford cares about that.
NY Giants rookie Kayvon Thibodeaux dancing on the Vikings logo is hilarious
That’s certainly one way to celebrate an upset win. A lot of Minnesota supporters indeed are not happy with Thibodeaux, but perhaps they should be a little more upset with their team for failing to make plays late to take down the Giants. With the game on the line, it was New York who delivered and the Vikings who sputtered.
For Thibodeaux, you know this victory means the world to him. The young pass-rusher was livid earlier in the game on a Kirk Cousins touchdown pass to K.J. Osborn. On that play, Thibodeaux was clearly held, yet no laundry hit the field. People couldn’t believe it, as the Vikings were basically gifted a free six points on that one by the officials.
As angry as Thibodeaux and his teammates were after that score, their emotions turned to sheer elation after they heard the final whistle. When Xavier McKinney tackled T.J. Hockenson to seal the win, there was so much relief around the country for people donning blue.
Looking ahead to the Eagles showdown, Thibodeaux will need to have a big game. Should the Giants post another upset win, imagine if Thibodeaux were to drop another dance on the Eagles logo. Goodness, that’d be amazing to see.