Touchdown Celebration

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  1. RockFBall_72

    RockFBall_72 Well-Known Member
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    In your opinion, what is the classiest way to show your excitement and celebrate a touchdown that will not cause a penalty?
     
  2. RiversideRamRod

    RiversideRamRod Well-Known Member
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    Act like Walter Payton and Barry Sanders, who simply scored and handed the ball to the ref because they knew they'd be back in the end zone again in a few minutes
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  3. FBRef

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    Hard to argue with that.
     
  4. streetballsucks

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    What a wet blanket you guys are. I think you can CELEBRATE with CLASS. Nothing wrong with celebrating a TD. I think not celebrating can also imply you're "to cool" to get excited ovar a game. Nothing wrong with jumpin around and gettin some high fives.

    Or maybe we should ban cheerleaders too. And tell the band not to play the fight song. And don't fire off the cannon. Tell the announcer not to change his voice inflection on the call. Have the parents sit on their hands. You get my point? High school sports is all about fun.
     
  5. FBRef

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    We are each entitled to our own opinion.
     
  6. IDieSkating

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    As a lineman, I don't score. But when my RB, QB, WR, or any other teammate gets a TD, I usually, run over and show some appreciation with a big bear-hug. There's nothing better then celebrating as a team.
     
  7. huevosgrande

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    what, you kidding me!! Icky Shuffle, the TO Dallas star trick, the electric slide! Get a hobby
     

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