End Zone celebration

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    Nothing adds to a football game more than watching the lone player who after scoring solo performs a dance or action celebrating his individual awesomeness. Those hockey players will never get it with all that team unity and support.
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    They do nothing for me...
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    I would love to see someone make a great touchdown and just run off without any fanatics, you know like Chuck Knoll, the Pittsburg coach, once said "act like you have been there before".

    Celebrations are so juvenile.:icon_ banana:
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    Fixed it for ya ;)
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    I owe you. Thanks
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    Walter Payton used to just give the ball to a ref or one of his lineman to spike the ball. Awesome guy.
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    see chad ochocinco
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