New York Giants rookie Kayvon Thibodeaux created a stir off the sphere as a lot as he did on the sphere Sunday because the group clinched a playoff spot with a win over the Indianapolis Colts.
Within the second quarter, Thibodeaux sacked Nick Foles and celebrated by doing snow angels on the MetLife Stadium turf. Little did he apparently know, Foles was down in pain proper subsequent to him and the quarterback wouldn’t return to the sport.
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Thibodeaux insisted after the sport he didn’t know Foles was injured on the play whereas he celebrated.
“After I did notice that he was harm, that’s once we began getting up,” he mentioned after the sport, by way of ESPN. “While you’re doing a celebration, you’re not seeking to see who’s doing what. However I hope he will get effectively and I hope he’s all proper.”
Foles’ teammate Ryan Kelly was upset with the celebration, calling it “horses—.”
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“Hopefully his teammates will — perhaps someday he’ll be taught that accidents occur on this league, you by no means wish to occur to the man that you just’re going in opposition to,” the offensive lineman mentioned, by way of the group’s web site. “That’s simply horses—.”
New York locked down a playoff berth with the victory. Thibodeaux gave the impression to be trying ahead to what the postseason may carry.
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“I believe within the playoffs, it’s each man for themselves. Any group can win all of it. It’s as much as us to maintain staying constant and preserve doing the issues that bought us right here and simply preserve shifting ahead,” he mentioned.