Joey Bosa Halo Inspires The Teabag Celebration


Everybody seems excited by Halo Infinite, even Joey Bosa from the Los Angeles Chargers.


New York Giants have had a terrible season. They are last in their division, with only four wins and nine losses. It didn’t look like it could get worse. Backup quarterback Daniel Jones was already injured so Mike Glennon, the backup, was routed. A strip-sack in the final quarter ended the offense’s troubles. The Chargers’ defensive end Joey Bosa made Glennon feel even worse with his teabag celebration, inspired by Halo.


Bosa was the one who was given the bag. He walked out of the pile and assumed an upright position while holding a gun. After Justin Jones, the Chargers’ linebacker, recovered the ball, did a very accurate version of the teabag move.


Storm Norton gave a teammate a high-five and he seemed confused by Bosa’s moves. He then sat down for a second to show his flair.


Fans noticed what was happening quickly and Bosa became a viral sensation by the end of the fourth quarter. Inexpensive celebrations often go hand-in-hand with penalties, be it Juju Smith’s pre-game Schuster dance to the Bengals logo 2020 or Odell Beckham Jr.’s penaltyized urination imitation a few years back. Bosa’s bravado didn’t get a yellow mark from the Los Angeles referees.


The NFL is also strict about taunting in the 2021 season. Every player is constantly at risk of losing 15 yards, so most players try to keep their heads down even after major plays. Oddly, Bosa teabagging was only briefly mentioned on the official NFL Twitter account. Then it was quickly deleted.


EA’s Madden annual release is the only exception to this rule. Video games and professional football seldom collide. You can see major players such as Kyler Murray or Patrick Mahomes on Twitch. Also, you can stream games like Call of Duty: Warzone and Fortnite. In 2018, Ian Park (Philadelphia Eagles) went viral after his video singing Halo.


Bosa might take advantage his fame and launch his own Twitch channel. Bosa might prefer to stay focused on the game until after the playoffs as the Chargers are tied with the Kansas City Chiefs in the division race.

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