What is Aidan Hutchinson's secret to his impressive spin moves? As a child, I used to dance hip-hop and ballet.

ALLEN PARK, Mich. — It was a spin move, more Baryshnikov than Bruce Smith. 

As defensive ends usually do, Detroit Lions defensive end Aidan Hutchinson took an outside route on Atlanta Falcons left tackle Jake Matthews.

But he didn't stay on the edge, which would have resulted in a draw. Hutchinson spun instead, gracefully, nimbly, and forcefully.

He made an open lane to a sack and, as usual, celebrated with dance. Then Hutchinson became everything he was and is with a glorious Stanky Leg.

According to Pro Football Focus, that spin move could define the pass rusher, who is third in the NFL in pressures per game (six behind Maxx Crosby and one behind Micah Parsons).

At 6-foot-7 and 265 pounds, Hutchinson appears to be built for bull rushes and rips rather than a move based on timing, precision, and finesse. 

Hutchinson's spin moves are similar to 7-foot-4 Victor Wembanyama's 3s.

But Hutchinson uses the spin frequently, possibly as many as six times per game, and it works, despite the fact that he hasn't had a sack in four games.

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