NBC commemorating a Victor Cruz touchdown with salsa music is nothing new.  The network has done it before when Cruz scores and breaks out his trademark dance moves.  Nevertheless, the decision for NBC to give a player's touchdown dance its own personal soundtrack is a polarizing one.  Immediately, there were complaints about NBC showing favoritism to Cruz and the Giants.  Why not give every player and every dance a soundtrack if you're just going to do it for one guy?  It is a huge ethical broadcasting question, one that deserves serious scrutiny… but I'm kinda in the mood for margaritas instead.

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