The entire Miami Dolphins team did a little Conga Line dance after their running back Raheem Mostert had a second touchdown in the first half in their Sunday game against Denver Broncos in the 3rd week of NFL 2023.
The Dolphins put up 35 points without Jaylen Waddle, which showed how much firepower the team has. Rookie Devon Achene has a rushing and receiving TD. Tua has a perfect passer rating. A slow-motion video of their little group dance was posted by their team on their official X account.
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A Conga Line Dance, as one can tell from the video above, is a novelty line dance that was derived from the Cuban carnival dance of the same name and became popular in the US and UK during the first half of the 20th century. In order to perform the dance, dancers form a long, processing line, which would usually turn into a circle. In this case, however, the Dolphins only managed a semi-circle as they only performed the dance for a few seconds.
The game got even more interesting after the two touchdowns by Mostert. The Dolphins’ offense put up 56 points on Sean Payton and the Broncos thanks to Mostert and Devon Achane. Together, they’ve racked up 301 total yards and seven touchdowns.
This is Mostert’s second stint with the Dolphins. On September 14, 2015, the Dolphins signed Mostert off the Eagles practice squad. He returned two kicks for 57 yards for the Dolphins during a Week 2 23-20 road loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. On October 13, 2015, Mostert was released by the Dolphins.
On March 17, 2022, Mostert was back with the team as he signed a one-year contract with the Dolphins. In Week 5, against the New York Jets, he had 18 carries for 113 rushing yards and one rushing touchdown in the 40–17 loss.
In Week 15, against the Buffalo Bills, Mostert had 17 carries for 136 rushing yards in the 32–29 loss. In the 2022 season, Mostert appeared in 16 games and started 14. He recorded 181 carries for 891 rushing yards and three rushing touchdowns to go along with 31 receptions for 202 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns.