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Hand Jive, Football-Wise

When you think of hand jiving, you almost immediately think of rock and role music or the rhythm and blues music of the 1950s. Well, the next time you are at a football game, pay particular attention to the players' hands immediately after the ball is snapped. While watching them, you might think the players are doing their own version of the hand jive.

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