Everyone with the Redskins was all sorts of fired up thanks to Sunday's win over the Giants.
Chris Baker, for example, went all Kirk Cousins on cameras following the 20-14 victory. Quinton Dunbar, meanwhile, had so much adrenaline running during the matchup that he didn't notice initially that one of his bones was sticking out of his fingers. And Jay Gruden discussed postgame how pleased he was that his team now controls its own destiny going forward.
The fact that all three of those guys were excited is great — being happy is always much better than being sad, after all. But did any of them do a trendy dance as part of their celebration? Nope. Not a single one.
Washington defensive coordinator Joe Barry, however, did do a dance, and he nailed it, too. And thankfully, the moment was captured, meaning we can view it over and over again.
Take a look at D.C.'s first-year D.C. hitting a strong "whip" with cornerback Bashaud Breeland after the final whistle blew at FedEx Field:
Joe Barry with the whip! #HTTR https://t.co/YmWhZoT1vO
— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) November 29, 2015
The form on Barry's whip was actually pretty flawless: The 45-year-old got good arm extension and displayed solid timing on it, too. But will the ritual continue if the 'Skins beat the Cowboys on Monday Night Football next week? Possibly. After all, while Barry "whipped," he didn't "nae nae," so the door for more post-win dances is definitely open should the coach decide to keep the act going in the future.