Marquette King Somehow Improves His Post-Kick Celebration
The legend of Marquette King continues to evolve.
In fact, dude may be growing beyond our control.
Elaborate celebrations are fairly common in the NFL, and of course, the Shield's efforts to break the spirit of both players and fans by extinguishing the fun have been well documented.
But there's something almost unsettling about watching a kicker celebrate.
That was before Marquette King.
Here is the flamboyant punter in a recent prime time showcase against the Broncos.
He's doing the bull dance. Feeling the flow. Working it.
When a punter drills a kick, pinning the opponent deep in his own territory, he should feel good about it.
And rockin' Raider is most certainly feeling good.
Dude's also not bashful about mocking the opposition, as he proved a few years back by doing the Ray Lewis dance in Baltimore.
While fans typically don't eagerly anticipate punts, King should be on the field as much as possible.
At the very minimum, his wacky routines are a refreshing departure from kicker celebrations of the past.