Many NFL players have their own creations on the field, mostly in victory balls or decks when they make a positive play. We had the “Ickey Shuffle”, for example. Former Cincinnati Bengals running back Ickey Woods made the dance famous after scoring a touchdown. More recently, off the field, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers made the phrase “discount check” famous. So, in a game against Detroit on September 21, 2014, Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch fired Rodgers and tried his version of “discount control” to celebrate. It was a great moment FAIL. Upon jumping back to his feet, Tulloch tore an anterior cruciate ligament. That ended his season.