Cowboys' Whac-A-Mole touchdown celebration gets rave reviews


ARLINGTON (105.3 The Fan) - From Ezekiel Elliott jumping into the Salvation Army red kettle to Terrell Owens dropping the football into the kettle to Zeke putting money in the kettle... we've seen some great celebrations on Thanksgiving. But the Dallas Cowboys tight ends might have just combined for the best one yet.

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After tight end Peyton Hendershot scored on a jet sweep in the fourth quarter of the team's 28-20 win over the Giants, Hendershot followed the team's other tight ends (Dalton Schultz, Jake Ferguson and Sean McKeon) to the back of the end zone to celebrate the score. Schultz, Ferguson and McKeon all jumped into the Salvation Army red kettle and Hendershot played his own version of Whac-A-Mole.

And, let's just say, the celebration got rave reviews.

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