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Aldon Smith Debuts New Sack Dance

Posted Nov 27, 2013

Aldon Smith debuted a popular sack dance on "Monday Night Football."

Aldon Smith is known for sacks and the celebrations that follow.

The 49ers linebacker unveiled a new post-sack dance for the football masses in a 49ers blowout win on “Monday Night Football.” After the third-year pro put down Robert Griffin for the first of his two sacks, Smith showcased his “Terrio Dance.”

The popular internet dance created by a six-year old and his cousin was debuted by Smith, who concocted the celebration earlier in the week based on a conversation with nose tackle Glenn Dorsey.

“He did a good job with it,” Dorsey said of his pass-rushing teammate. “If I get one, I’m going to bust it, too.”

Smith, however, was a harsher critic of his celebration.

“Glenn is better at it,” said the 49ers linebacker who now has 40 career sacks which put him into sole possession on San Francisco’s all-time sack leader list. "U'm going to have to try it again."

The fellas in the locker room sure seemed to appreciate seeing Smith get after opposing quarterbacks and get back to his unique celebrations. Smith now recorded his first sacks since Week 3 and now is second on the team with 6.5 on the year.

"It was classic,” energetic running back Anthony Dixon said. “He killed them all night.”

Smith can make it even better this Sunday against St. Louis.

“He’s gotta break it down a little more,” rookie wide receiver Quinton Patton said.

When you put the original audio with Smith's sack, it looks and sounds something like this...