London Fletcher Is A Better Dancer Than You Are

All London Fletcher does is produce. Well, almost all.

The 12-year veteran has yet to miss a game in his NFL career and accumulates tackles like it's his job because ... well, it is. He's also one of the few in a dying breed of football players who are both productive and humble, rarely opting for the excessive celebration even after delivering a bone-crushing hit.

But sometimes, you just gotta get that swag on. Thanks to the fine work of the Redskins Blog, video evidence of such a moment exists. Unfortunately, the video can't be embedded here, but be sure to click the link. You know, if you're at all intrigued by what it would look like for a 5-foot-10, 245-pound football player to dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" with a bunch of high school students. You won't be disappointed.

The video reminded me of my favorite Redskins clip of all time, and I'll use this moment to plug it. It, too, involves dancing, but with the added bonuses of singing, the '80s, and fantastic mustaches. Check it out below the jump.

Something tells me Fletcher would've fit in with this bunch.

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