TD Celebration

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  1. rainmaker

    rainmaker Practice Squad Player

    Does anyone know the significance of the "swim move" celebration that Moss, Welker and others around the league seem to be doing alot after they score a touchdown? It's cool and all, but does it have any meaning?
  2. Remix 6

    Remix 6 Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    "the split" as in "splitting coverage"

    thats what Moss started to show he can still split coverage and WElker just copied it.
  3. 54's_the_Mike

    54's_the_Mike Rookie

    I thought he was opening an elevator door.
  4. Keegs

    Keegs In the Starting Line-Up

    what most people don't know is that in Jr. High, Moss was a district champion in the breaststroke. He has always been proud of this fact and when he scores a td, he likes to go back to the glory days and celebrate a little.
  5. IndyKen

    IndyKen Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    I read a couple months ago it means he "split" the defense. Apparantly some scribes wrote earlier in the year he couldn't gain seperation any more, so it's his answer to them.
  6. Patriot_in_NY

    Patriot_in_NY Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

    I though he was just headed back to where that place he came from :eek:

    NEGIRLPATSFAN On the Game Day Roster

  8. Disco Volante

    Disco Volante Experienced Starter w/First Big Contract

    #12 Jersey

    For each TD Moss helps the Pats get closer to beating the spread each week.
  9. rainmaker

    rainmaker Practice Squad Player

    Now we know! Moss answered it in a recent interview.

    Q: After you score a touchdown you do this, what does this [your touchdown celebration] mean?
    RM: At the beginning of the year, you guys talked about how I lost my step and really wasn’t into the game of football. Coming off my hamstring injury in training camp that - I don’t even know how long the play was, but it was against the Jets, that long 70-80-something yarder. I thought to myself that physically I didn’t think that I was able to do that, to run like that, because I’m coming straight off a hamstring injury - so for me to be able to part the defense like I did that’s basically me parting the defense. That’s where it came from.
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