After racking up his third sack of the game, Von Miller celebrates with a special dance.
Von Miller was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the first round to sack quarterbacks and like most consumer products, you get what you pay for. Von Miller has racked up three sacks on Andy Dalton in Cincinnati, which has helped the Broncos maintain a lead throughout most of the game, and while it's normal to see defensive players celebrate after sacking a quarterback, Miller brought something a little special to the table after getting the turkey.
First he ninja rolled away from Dalton, which was beautiful in itself.
After he evaded the imaginary assassins, Miller then proceeded to hop on the world tiniest horse and ride away at a fairly leisurely pace. He did this side saddled like a proper lady, I might add.
Miller hopped off his tiny horse, which I'm assuming he named Tony, and got back on his side of the field. For his team's sake, he had better hope he has a fourth sack in his system because after a Denver turnover, the Bengals now have the lead.
Miller may need Tony's help yet again.