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Michael Bennett's sack dance description is detailed, perfect

You've probably seen Michael Bennett's sack dance. But how does Bennett describe his gyrations? With angels and chocolate, of course.

This is Michael Bennett's sack dance:

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It's essentially Ravishing Rick Rude's dance, albeit with pads on and perhaps a bit more sexy to enjoy. But if you're a football fan who's watched the Seahawks, it's likely you know the dance. That's not exactly why we're here.

We are, however, here to appreciate the Seattle Times' story on Bennett's dance -- a story that starts with Earl Thomas saying he makes his kids turn away when it's on, a speechless Richard Sherman (!!!) and head coach Pete Carroll turning his head, too. It's all great, and you should read it, but let's focus in on how Bennett describes his own dance:

"I would describe it as two angels dancing while chocolate is coming from the heavens on a nice Sunday morning," he said.

We agree with this incredibly descriptive assessment. In fact, we found visual proof that Bennett is completely correct about what happens when he gets shaking.

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Now if we could just get Bennett to describe Brandon Mebane's sack … uh, dance?

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