- Jan 14, 2007
That may be what his thought process is; but it would likely backfire if that is the case. 'Practice like you play' seems to be a popular mantra, if you allow smack talk and celebrations in practice; don't be shocked when it carries over to the game. It is like telling your kids it is ok to drop F-bombs at home; just don't do it in public (good luck with that).I think Collins is using this as a way of taking the celebration off the field where it could cause a penalty. If that’s what he’s doing, it’s not a bad idea.
As for sideline dancing in spring practice, I'm meh to it. I might enjoy it more if we were winning. Glad the players the having a good time, winning can be fun too.