Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Modest, Nov 30, 2011.
With a red X?
I never knew that.
different strokes for different folks. Don't mind Gronkowski's huge spike or Hernandez making it rain. Having fun and showing emotion is important too, hell even TFB has had some huge spikes.
Looks kind of funny hah maybe im just not used to it
The handshake is the best, well played law-firm....well played.
I was almost expecting a flag on the play for a coordinated celebration. Stupid celebration rules.
i remember noticing this during the game...
his nickname IS lawfirm after all
I don't think I ever get tired of watching one of our RB's walk upright into the end zone. There's something just totally dominating (and deflating from the opposing perspective) about that.
BJGE has the work ethic and the respect for the game I like to see.
Now, he just needs a haircut.
You should, get excited when you make a play.
Classiest, 99% of the time, was Randy Moss. Dude never went crazy, usually just handed/tossed the ball to the ref and went back to the huddle/sideline.
For how big of a diva he could be, I always respected that. I don't mind celebrations, I actually like them, but some players get so ridiculous, like Stevie Johnson, Ocho could be funny, but sometimes he went overboard, TO was just full of himself 24/7, etc. So I always thought it was cool seeing Randy just give the ref the ball.
I am unable to see the picture. Oh well.....
There is no celebration more powerful, more crushing and more dismissive of the other team than no celebration at all.
Good idea. I'd suggest the Pats do just that 6 or 7 times this Sunday.
That's the Barry Sanders style celebration right there...it's like being in the end-zone is just another day at the office.
I prefer Touchdown celebrations like this....
dont like the outcome but found it funny :
:rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
I think my head just exploded.
........Freakin' Ochocinco - - not showing up at all in the stats again!
This has me crying laughing.
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