I have no issue with players celebrating a TD when it is a genuine emotion. C'mon it is a game and guys are not robots. Let them enjoy it. What I am not a fan of is the gimmick celebrations. Perfect example of the good: When Bruschi picked the ball vs Miami and took it in for the TD in the snow and he went down on his knees. It was simple emotion but it would be a penalty by league rules now. The Bad: anything Ochocinco does at this point. The guy is a great receiver but he is a jack_ss. His team is rolling and I get the feeling he would almost rather score and dance like a moron than win and not get a chance to make the moment about him. My question to all of you: a) would you have a problem if the league told him and Cincinnati that if he gets one more fine this year for celebrating he will get suspended for ONE game? Fines are not stopping him and if the league really want to stop his act they need to up the ante. b) If the league did that, do you think he would celebrate anyway and take the suspension?