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Elementary school kids nail imitations of Zeke, Vander Esch and Jaylon signature gestures

Young fans try out some of the Dallas Cowboys players’ iconic moves

Tanglewood Elementary students mimic some of the iconic Dallas Cowboy moves such as Leighton Vander Esch's wolf howl and Ezekiel Elliott 'Feed Zeke' move.
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Tanglewood Elementary students mimic some of the iconic Dallas Cowboy moves such as Leighton Vander Esch's wolf howl and Ezekiel Elliott 'Feed Zeke' move.

Dez Bryant threw up his X, but plenty of gimmicks and shtick remain with the Dallas Cowboys players.

There is Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott’s famous “Feed Me” gesture that he makes after a run, or long pass catch.

Rookie linebacker Leighton Vander Esch, “The Wolf Hunter,” has quickly gathered a following by doing his “wolf howl” after making a big play.

And linebacker Jaylon Smith brought his “Swipe” from Notre Dame to the Cowboys.

While watching these three guys do these gestures in a game is fun, nothing beats a bunch of little kids doing the exact same thing.

In a shameless move to create content anchored around the Dallas Cowboys’ playoff game on Saturday night in Los Angeles against the Rams, we asked a bunch of kids from Tanglewood Elementary School in Fort Worth to imitate Feed Me, The Wolf Howl and The Swipe.

Remember, these are kids. No critiquing is allowed.

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Mac Engel is an award-winning columnist who has extensive experience covering Fort Worth-Dallas area sports for 20 years. He has covered high schools, colleges, all four major sports teams as well as Olympic games and the world of entertainment, too. He combines dry wit with first-person reporting to complement a head of hair that is almost unfair.
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