Pee-Wee Football Team Proves You Can't Fight the Music

The game of football demands grit, determination, focus and sometimes, dancing. The latter holds especially true when a popular song like "Watch Me" by Silento is involved.

The "Mighty Mites" from Milford, Massachusetts were supposed to provide the entertainment by scrimmaging at halftime of a local high school varsity football game. Once the scrimmage was underway, the PA guy decided to play the catchy tune on the stadium speakers.

Entertainment? Check.
Scrimmage? Let's call it half a check.

We've already shown you how the hit single from last summer makes for a great cardio warm-up, but it seems playing it in the middle of a football scrimmage doesn't exactly result in actual football being played.

You have to give credit where credit is due, though. Some of those kids have really mastered those dance moves.

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Scott Brown

Scott Brown is a senior content editor for Active.com. He graduated from the University of North Texas with a degree in Electronic News before working for FC Dallas of Major League Soccer for four years. Scott enjoys kayaking, reading and playing with his three dogs. You can follow him on Twitter, Instagram or Google+.

Scott Brown is a senior content editor for Active.com. He graduated from the University of North Texas with a degree in Electronic News before working for FC Dallas of Major League Soccer for four years. Scott enjoys kayaking, reading and playing with his three dogs. You can follow him on Twitter, Instagram or Google+.

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