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Elle
07-10-2007, 03:44 PM
Ok, folks. We have been dogging poor Dante to death with that thread, and it NEEDS to continue. But, I had an idea for some picture posting that is actually related to this sport we find so intoxicating.

So. Here are the rules. You have to find an endzone celebration that YOU really liked, disliked or found merit with. Post a pic and name the teams playing in the game.

Now, it is NOT required that you like the team performing. I just thought it would be cool to post pics from around the league to gear us up for the season, which is...:switchin' to my Texas drawl: is just spitting distance away.

I'll start.


December 2002. Saints at Ravens. Saints scored. The WRs came together for this pic. From left to right we have Jerome Pathon, Joe Horn and Donte Stallworth. That's Boo Williams in the back.

http://i139.photobucket.com/albums/q318/ElleRhysNorman/endzone.jpg

Texan_Bill
07-10-2007, 03:54 PM
I can't stand TO... Repeat: I can't stand TO; but the Sharpie was classic:

http://www.sign-arenas.20fr.com/owens%20sharpie%203.JPG

Double Barrel
07-10-2007, 04:05 PM
I doubt I can find a picture, but Earl Campbell handing the ball to the ref after a TD is my favorite 'celebration'. :victory:

Blazing Arrow
07-10-2007, 04:22 PM
http://espn-att.starwave.com/media/nfl/2000/0108/photo/r_dyson.jpg

Music City Miracle :doot:

Does it really need a description?

Blazing Arrow
07-10-2007, 04:26 PM
10/29/06 - The Houston Stomp

In OT on the 39 yard line of the Houston Texans, Vince Young breaks a 39 yard run and runs around the field blowing kisses to the cheering houston fans. Young would recieve a standing-O from an away crowd.

real
07-10-2007, 04:45 PM
http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/41502000/jpg/_41502096_ickeywoods220.jpg

The "Ickey Shuffle"...

Ickey Woods

Sorry don't know who the Tigers were playing in this pic....

Texan_Bill
07-10-2007, 05:11 PM
I doubt I can find a picture, but Earl Campbell handing the ball to the ref after a TD is my favorite 'celebration'. :victory:

You won't find one DB, beleive me!!! I looked hard before my first post in this thread - because that was exactly where I was going with this...

Texan_Bill
07-10-2007, 05:12 PM
http://espn-att.starwave.com/media/nfl/2000/0108/photo/r_dyson.jpg

Music City Miracle :doot:

Does it really need a description?

Doesn't count. They cheated!! :shades:

Texan_Bill
07-10-2007, 05:14 PM
10/29/06 - The Houston Stomp

In OT on the 39 yard line of the Houston Texans, Vince Young breaks a 39 yard run and runs around the field blowing kisses to the cheering houston fans. Young would recieve a standing-O from an away crowd.

I thought Vince seemed a "little light in the loafers"....

Double Barrel
07-10-2007, 05:15 PM
Young would recieve a standing-O from an away crowd.

Don't confuse people leaving the stadium (the game was over) with a standing ovation.

Sure, there were a quite a few UT fans there to support their boy, but I'd say an overtime game is far from a "stomp". But go ahead, enjoy your rhetoric...it could be his best pro year. :victory:

Double Barrel
07-10-2007, 05:19 PM
http://espn-att.starwave.com/media/nfl/2000/0108/photo/r_dyson.jpg

I'll up your "miracle" with a reality check that doesn't bounce!

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/8/85/The_Tackle_SBXXXIV.JPG/205px-The_Tackle_SBXXXIV.JPG

Texan_Bill
07-10-2007, 05:26 PM
Very nice DB!!!

Blazing Arrow
07-10-2007, 06:04 PM
A great pic of the Texans playoff run:

http://i164.photobucket.com/albums/u13/BlazingArrow24/TexansPlayoffPic.jpg

Blazing Arrow
07-10-2007, 06:09 PM
Don't confuse people leaving the stadium (the game was over) with a standing ovation.

Sure, there were a quite a few UT fans there to support their boy, but I'd say an overtime game is far from a "stomp". But go ahead, enjoy your rhetoric...it could be his best pro year. :victory:

It's just a name and the way he glided into the endzone with moos at his feet I would call it a stomp.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joqwtjyCfHQ

The fans jumping for joy in the background would seem to contradict your statement.

Blazing Arrow
07-10-2007, 06:11 PM
I'll up your "miracle" with a reality check that doesn't bounce!

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/8/85/The_Tackle_SBXXXIV.JPG/205px-The_Tackle_SBXXXIV.JPG

Better to be at the dance then to hear about how nice it was ..... or not even have a team at all :gun:

Double Barrel
07-10-2007, 06:53 PM
A great pic of the Texans playoff run:

http://i164.photobucket.com/albums/u13/BlazingArrow24/TexansPlayoffPic.jpg

Hey, that's the same pic of the Titans Super Bowl trophy!

We've only been a franchise for 5 years. But your franchise has been working it for decades, and the best you can settle for is being a no. 1 loser for a year. Whatever floats your boat, man! Both of our teams have the same number of NFL Championship trophies at the end of the day. :ok:

The fans jumping for joy in the background would seem to contradict your statement.

The University of Texas is a great school and the majority of it's alumni are very successful. So it stands to reason that they can afford good seats when they go to see one of their own.

So no contradiction on my part. Just poor observation skills on your part, though (notice all the baby blue and burnt orange in the stands? Those aren't Texans colors).

On a related note, it still amazes me how much emotional baggage Young seems to harbor about beating a 6-10 team. Oh yeah, he was "dissed" and all that nonsense. Almost forgot the ego angle of the story.

Better to be at the dance then to hear about how nice it was .....

If you say so. But I don't dance, and I'm not sure what all that has to do with football. :um:

..... or not even have a team at all

Well you wouldn't know about all that, since your allegiance can just pack up and leave with whatever team you decide to follow.

But I guess it's not like you have a hometown team to root for....oh wait... :rolleyes:

Wolf
07-10-2007, 07:05 PM
http://www.footballspeakers.com/i/johnson_billy2.jpg

billy White Shoes Johnson Oilers

Wolf
07-10-2007, 07:06 PM
ok I am going to break the rules because pictures don't ....just DON"T cut it.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTEuVIF93Ps

team is at very top of page

Wolf
07-10-2007, 07:14 PM
was trying to find Ernest Givens and the "Electric slide"

Blazing Arrow
07-10-2007, 09:30 PM
We've only been a franchise for 5 years. But your franchise has been working it for decades, and the best you can settle for is being a no. 1 loser for a year. Whatever floats your boat, man! Both of our teams have the same number of NFL Championship trophies at the end of the day. :ok:

With all of your talk of how long both teams have been around think about this one boy wonder. Last year alone the Titans accomplished more then the Texans organization has in its existence. A .500 season ..... Side step that one.


The University of Texas is a great school and the majority of it's alumni are very successful. So it stands to reason that they can afford good seats when they go to see one of their own.
So no contradiction on my part. Just poor observation skills on your part, though (notice all the baby blue and burnt orange in the stands? Those aren't Texans colors).

So now Texans fans are too poor to afford seats but they sell out every game? :um:

W/ season tickets on a waiting list and more then 1/2 the stands shown in the clip I linked to can you please explain why so many are chearing him on so much?

When it comes down to it these season ticket holders are truly UT fans and the Texans get them by on Sunday, they like Vince Young more then the Texans team, or you are just full of BS and when the actual play happened you were to busy throwing up in your beer cup and having tunnel vision from regret that you could not see or hear the chears echoing through your stadium.

:panic:

On a related note, it still amazes me how much emotional baggage Young seems to harbor about beating a 6-10 team. Oh yeah, he was "dissed" and all that nonsense. Almost forgot the ego angle of the story.

Leaders show emotion, losers accept defeat. Just me but I will take emotion and heart over a paycheck man any day of the week.


Well you wouldn't know about all that, since your allegiance can just pack up and leave with whatever team you decide to follow.

But I guess it's not like you have a hometown team to root for....oh wait... :rolleyes:

Oh a dagger ..... so hurt ..... :rolleyes:

As much as when people questioned why I would like a team that has 9 wins over the last two seasons. I like the players and I like the history I have come to grow up with. Moving from one park to another so we don't have roof tile fall on our guys is an upgrade in my book.

And if I were lucky enough to live where my team played, I sure as h*ll would not let the mayor ship the team off over a grudge.
:twocents:

brakos82
07-10-2007, 09:42 PM
I doubt I can find a picture, but Earl Campbell handing the ball to the ref after a TD is my favorite 'celebration'. :victory:

hmm..... he always does that on Madden too....

Wolf
07-10-2007, 09:49 PM
With all of your talk of how long both teams have been around think about this one boy wonder. Last year alone the Titans accomplished more then the Texans organization has in its existence. A .500 season ..... Side step that one.
true, but what is that saying? takes time to build depth on a team. I am not making excuses, but offensively it has been tough for the texans to develop anything ...It has been musical chairs at both tackle positions since day one (boselli,young both where to be cornerstones, and still are looking )..bad drafting also doomed the Texans




So now Texans fans are too poor to afford seats but they sell out every game? :um:

W/ season tickets on a waiting list and more then 1/2 the stands shown in the clip I linked to can you please explain why so many are chearing him on so much? .. I am not sure where you live, but lots of people love VY ..UT product and he is a home grown product for Houston, people wanted him to be a Texan..and lots of people from Houston follow the old team the oilers..why are you suprised?


When it comes down to it these season ticket holders are truly UT fans and the Texans get them by on Sunday, they like Vince Young more then the Texans team, or you are just full of BS and when the actual play happened you were to busy throwing up in your beer cup and having tunnel vision from regret that you could not see or hear the chears echoing through your stadium.

:panic: as the Texans are trying to get their season into winning seasons and as VY becomes more and more distant (if the Texans start winning and people forget he is a local boy/UT boy...they wont' be cheering as much



Leaders show emotion, losers accept defeat. Just me but I will take emotion and heart over a paycheck man any day of the week.
I agree , I take heart over paycheck



Oh a dagger ..... so hurt ..... :rolleyes:

As much as when people questioned why I would like a team that has 9 wins over the last two seasons. I like the players and I like the history I have come to grow up with. Moving from one park to another so we don't have roof tile fall on our guys is an upgrade in my book.

And if I were lucky enough to live where my team played, I sure as h*ll would not let the mayor ship the team off over a grudge.
:twocents:

learn the history of Bud adams and what happened.. Fans loved the Oilers, Bud handcuffed the city and IMO both parties could have made it easier on each other but didn't

People criticize the fans for the Oilers, Bud played hardball and made the fans made by announcing the move before the season. Tell me you would support the Titans if you knew they would be leaving after next season to go to another city once the season started... for me..I wouldn't support a "lame duck" team

Bud played "hardball" when the team wasn't doing good and esp after the city spent the money to renovate the Astrodome and within a few years threatened to move. (jacksonville)

it just tests the patience of real fans..and the city had their "leaders" that had their issues too, but..

Blazing Arrow
07-10-2007, 09:56 PM
was trying to find Ernest Givens and the "Electric slide"

Ditto ...

ChildressTitanMan
07-11-2007, 03:51 AM
I always got a kick out of Merton Hanks funky chicken

http://sayhey.files.wordpress.com/2007/03/merton.jpg

Overalls
07-11-2007, 06:43 AM
I have a pic taken from the Bull Pen when Jabar starting his celibrating a little early. It shows the football just inches from his hand and his foot a yard from the goal line. I am at work now will try to download the pic later.

Kaiser Toro
07-11-2007, 07:34 AM
Harold Carmichael shooting dice was classic. Less classic is that I cannot find anything on my internet, perhaps my tubes are clogged. Can anyone find a pic on their internet?

Mr. White
07-11-2007, 08:15 AM
Bo Jackson's MNF 90 yard TD run vs. Seattle when he ran into the tunnel.

Can't find anything on the internet, but ESPN runs the highlight all the time.

IIRC, that was the last that we ever heard of Brian Bosworth....at least until Stone Cold.

Texan_Bill
07-11-2007, 08:50 AM
http://i164.photobucket.com/albums/u13/BlazingArrow24/TexansPlayoffPic.jpg

Thats also the same thing I found when I googled Bud Adams, the Titans organization, and the word "class" in the same sentence

Texan_Bill
07-11-2007, 08:57 AM
Bo Jackson's MNF 90 yard TD run vs. Seattle when he ran into the tunnel.

Can't find anything on the internet, but ESPN runs the highlight all the time.

IIRC, that was the last that we ever heard of Brian Bosworth....at least until Stone Cold.

Always a classic!! I am pretty sure after the run, the "boz" and the Kingdome were gone...

http://www.washington.edu/burkemuseum/earthquakes/bigone/images/kingdome.jpg

Double Barrel
07-11-2007, 10:27 AM
With all of your talk of how long both teams have been around think about this one boy wonder. Last year alone the Titans accomplished more then the Texans organization has in its existence. A .500 season ..... Side step that one.

What's to explain? We had one of the worst head coach/GM combos in the history of the NFL as a new team with a very stingy expansion deal. Surely football history is not something a man of your stunning educational pedigree should forget...especially after only five years.

With your pride on the line for a .500 season, mediocrity is the hallmark of your franchise. Including your owner's rug.

So now Texans fans are too poor to afford seats but they sell out every game? :um:

Far be it from me to defend Houston fans. The majority of this city are front-running bandwagon fans. There is a hardcore group of rabid Texans fans, but we are a minority. So a lot of Texans fans sold out and made a profit on a very popular game. UT fans have money and could afford the inflated prices. What can I say? It's the nature of a city with many transient people of origins outside the state.


When it comes down to it these season ticket holders are truly UT fans and the Texans get them by on Sunday, they like Vince Young more then the Texans team, or you are just full of BS and when the actual play happened you were to busy throwing up in your beer cup and having tunnel vision from regret that you could not see or hear the chears echoing through your stadium.

I don't drink, so no beer spilt on my part.

And no regret. I never wanted Young. I was a trade down for defense person, because I never bought into the Reggie Bush hype, either.

When you speak out of your assumption, you reveal your true nature, and it belies your superior educational background.

Leaders show emotion, losers accept defeat. Just me but I will take emotion and heart over a paycheck man any day of the week.

If you say so. Keep telling yourself that 100 times and it becomes your reality. (We jettisoned our paycheck man, btw.)

"Leaders show emotion"...hmmmm....that's not really supported by historical fact...so it must be a sports thing.

Let's just take football history:

I guess all that emotion is why Montana was named "Joe Cool"?

And I like the way Manning runs around our stadium after beating us, too! So much fire and emotion!

Oh wait, these guys are professionals who have let their college draft disappear into the past, so maybe my examples are not applicable.

Hopefully next year your boy can learn how to win with professionalism, because his outburst would have led me to believe he just won a big, shiny trophy. Dude is going to spoil himself if he should ever get that far...so much emotion!

And if I were lucky enough to live where my team played, I sure as h*ll would not let the mayor ship the team off over a grudge.

You have a team where you live, and one with a glorious history of actually winning something. I find it strange that someone would bandwagon outside of their hometown, especially to a team of futility. But hey, to each his own! No sweat off my back.

And really, what exactly would you do when a billionaire owner decides to take his team and leave? Hold on to his leg? Beg him? Honestly, you would have been as powerless as the rest of us to stop him from doing what he wants (not that it matters to you, since you'll blindly follow him wherever he goes).

OzzO
07-11-2007, 12:30 PM
All about the originality.

Ocho's cpr, apparently vs. the jags
http://thebestsportsblog.com/images/cpr.jpg

Brandon Jacobs' baby against the bears
http://www.leatheregg.com/photos/2006/brandon-jacobs.jpg

Owen's autograph
http://sportsmed.starwave.com/media/nfl/2002/1014/photo/s_towens_i.jpg

Moss' backside v. Green Bay
http://newsimg.bbc.co.uk/media/images/40720000/jpg/_40720321_moss270.jpg

Someone needs to do a Carlton dance...

http://www.mypartypost.com/shawn/images/carltondance2.gif

Texan_Bill
07-11-2007, 03:15 PM
Leaders show emotion, losers accept defeat. Just me but I will take emotion and heart over a paycheck man any day of the week.

Funny thing is that Texans fans DO NOT accept losing (evidenced by the thousands of threads), while Titan fan continues to pimp an 8-8 season.

And Arrow, don't make me remind you of the Oilers first 5 seasons in the NFL.... No prettier than the Texans.

Blazing Arrow
07-11-2007, 03:26 PM
Funny thing is that Texans fans DO NOT accept losing (evidenced by the thousands of threads), while Titan fan continues to pimp an 8-8 season.

And Arrow, don't make me remind you of the Oilers first 5 seasons in the NFL.... No prettier than the Texans.

Expansion rules have changed allot over the time.

I was not "pimping" an 8-8 season, mearly saying that at 8-8 last season we have accomplished more then the Texans have as a team.

Back on topic though ...

One I hate:

Pacman, everytime he gets into the end zone he seems to hump the goal post for some reason. I mean one time I can see, you bust it out what ever move on. But everytime? Even when they got called back he is out humping the post while the refs are calling it back.

Texan_Bill
07-11-2007, 03:34 PM
Expansion rules have changed allot over the time.


Pacman, everytime he gets into the end zone he seems to hump the goal post for some reason. I mean one time I can see, you bust it out what ever move on. But everytime? Even when they got called back he is out humping the post while the refs are calling it back.

You're right about expansion rules. The Texans actually had one of the toughest expansions ever.

Anyway, I forgot about Pac-man's goal post hump. At the very least, Titans fans won't have to worry about that embarrassing celebration.... That was horrible...

Double Barrel
07-11-2007, 03:37 PM
One I hate:

Pacman, everytime he gets into the end zone he seems to hump the goal post for some reason. I mean one time I can see, you bust it out what ever move on. But everytime? Even when they got called back he is out humping the post while the refs are calling it back.

Sportscenter has as much to do with this stuff as anything. They have to keep upping the ante, and it's getting to the point where they'll have to sport pink tutus and juggle dwarves to outdo themselves.

A lot of folks say it's just entertainment, but there is also an element of sportsmanship involved. When kids see these guys, they see selfish acts ahead of a team sport. There is a clear sense of "look at me, me, me!", even before they thank their own team.

The replay of celebrations over and over drills the image of individual celebration into young, mushy brains. But this not only reflects badly on lack of respect for the opponent, but it also disrespects the rest of the team. Who threw the pass, or blocked the blitz, or opened up holes in the line? The rest of the team has as much to do with a successful play as any one individual, IMO.

Of course, I'm old school, so I should add the obligatory [/rant] :wild:

Il_Bruno
07-11-2007, 03:42 PM
Sportscenter has as much to do with this stuff as anything. They have to keep upping the ante, and it's getting to the point where they'll have to sport pink tutus and juggle dwarves to outdo themselves.

A lot of folks say it's just entertainment, but there is also an element of sportsmanship involved. When kids see these guys, they see selfish acts ahead of a team sport. There is a clear sense of "look at me, me, me!", even before they thank their own team.

The replay of celebrations over and over drills the image of individual celebration into young, mushy brains. But this not only reflects badly on lack of respect for the opponent, but it also disrespects the rest of the team. Who threw the pass, or blocked the blitz, or opened up holes in the line? The rest of the team has as much to do with a successful play as any one individual, IMO.

Of course, I'm old school, so I should add the obligatory [/rant] :wild:

what about team celebrations? the entire offense poses or something? i dont know, i like the celebrations but i take them with a grain of salt. Yeah yeah your the best in the world, take a seat, but what you say about it making an impression is also a slight concern.

a little playful celebration is not harmful in my book though, one thats funny and not serious in nature. That means you TO, just hand the ball to the ref big guy.

HOU-TEX
07-11-2007, 03:48 PM
One I hate:

Pacman, everytime he gets into the end zone he seems to hump the goal post for some reason. I mean one time I can see, you bust it out what ever move on. But everytime? Even when they got called back he is out humping the post while the refs are calling it back.

I think living in Tennessee will do that to people. I mean, other than the whole country music scene, what else is there to do except hump things. They get bored, find something to jump and latch onto then go to town on it.

Tennessee=bunch a post humpers

Blazing Arrow
07-11-2007, 03:55 PM
Tennessee=bunch a post humpers

Better then a cow humper .....

State smack never gets old :rolleyes:

HOU-TEX
07-11-2007, 03:59 PM
Better then a cow humper .....

State smack never gets old :rolleyes:

Well, at least now you know what that funny taste in you burger was last night.:cowboy1:

Blazing Arrow
07-11-2007, 04:04 PM
Sportscenter has as much to do with this stuff as anything. They have to keep upping the ante, and it's getting to the point where they'll have to sport pink tutus and juggle dwarves to outdo themselves.

A lot of folks say it's just entertainment, but there is also an element of sportsmanship involved. When kids see these guys, they see selfish acts ahead of a team sport. There is a clear sense of "look at me, me, me!", even before they thank their own team.

The replay of celebrations over and over drills the image of individual celebration into young, mushy brains. But this not only reflects badly on lack of respect for the opponent, but it also disrespects the rest of the team. Who threw the pass, or blocked the blitz, or opened up holes in the line? The rest of the team has as much to do with a successful play as any one individual, IMO.

Of course, I'm old school, so I should add the obligatory [/rant] :wild:

I like the celebrating to a point. I think banning planned or team celebration is weak. I do not think the celebration should be directed at the other team but rather thanking the team or what ever helped to get the score. I respect the EC type of player who can also hand off the ball but I enjoy knowing the player has his heart in the game and it is not just another day.

Anyone see the TO interview when he explained what the whole sharpie thing was? He is friends with the guy he scored on and told him before the game that if he scored he would make sure to sign the ball for him. I thought it was pretty funny.

And you know all of you loved the star thing in Dallas.

Texan_Bill
07-11-2007, 04:31 PM
Better then a cow humper .....

State smack never gets old :rolleyes:

Okay... A Cali humper............. uhhhhh, well forget it. That would get ugly and politically incorrect in hurry...

Texan_Bill
07-11-2007, 04:34 PM
Anyone see the TO interview when he explained what the whole sharpie thing was? He is friends with the guy he scored on and told him before the game that if he scored he would make sure to sign the ball for him. I thought it was pretty funny.

And you know all of you loved the star thing in Dallas.

I never saw that interview, but I posted that because I thought it was too classic. (even though it was TO)

And yes, we would be liars if we said we didn't appreciate TO stickin it to the star. At least then he was a Niner and that was before he forced his hand in being traded to Baltimore, errrrrrrrrrrrr Philly.

Texan_Bill
07-11-2007, 04:34 PM
Anyone see the TO interview when he explained what the whole sharpie thing was? He is friends with the guy he scored on and told him before the game that if he scored he would make sure to sign the ball for him. I thought it was pretty funny.

And you know all of you loved the star thing in Dallas.

And yes, we would be liars if we said we didn't appreciate TO stickin it to the star. At least then he was a Niner and that was before he forced his hand in being traded to Baltimore, errrrrrrrrrrrr Philly.

I never saw that interview, but I posted that because I thought it was too classic.

Double Barrel
07-11-2007, 05:39 PM
And you know all of you loved the star thing in Dallas.

An exception to every rule. :shades:

I don't knock anyone for liking the celebrations. I really don't, and I understand it's just entertainment at the end of the day.

But just like banning steroids based upon the image and message it sends to kids, we have to be aware as adults what messages are being absorbed by the younger generations. And when you've got 6 year olds taunting each other for a single in little league, we've reached a point of over-saturation, IMO.

I'm not one to run around banning things "for the children", but certain examples I find overboard. Using a cartoon to sell cigarettes and a clown to sell garbage food is all aimed at young, impressionable minds. And by the same token, our youth emulate professional athletes, good or bad.

Plus, at the end of the day, I hate watching mutliple replays of the latest endzone celebration when they could be using that same time to show me hightlights of actual game footage.

Blazing Arrow
07-11-2007, 06:43 PM
Reminds me of my intramural soccer team in college. We were playing an all Korean team(we had history with them), they took a 1 point lead late in the second half. The guy who scored it was a fill in and no one on our team had seem him before. He decided to pull the air plane on us starting in our goal box. Well the keeper was a forward for the Lacrosse team and leveled the guy. Did not hit him just stepped in front of him as he started his take off. Like taking a charge in bball. The guy dropped like he hit a wall.

The Keeper did not even look down at him and just said:

"flights grounded"

HOU-TEX
07-12-2007, 09:00 AM
Reminds me of my intramural soccer team in college. We were playing an all Korean team(we had history with them), they took a 1 point lead late in the second half. The guy who scored it was a fill in and no one on our team had seem him before. He decided to pull the air plane on us starting in our goal box. Well the keeper was a forward for the Lacrosse team and leveled the guy. Did not hit him just stepped in front of him as he started his take off. Like taking a charge in bball. The guy dropped like he hit a wall.

The Keeper did not even look down at him and just said:

"flights grounded"

:confused: Am I missing something here? What the heck does your little soccer story have to do with endzone celebrations?

TheIronDuke
07-16-2007, 10:59 AM
I had to add a couple:

http://ardmoreite.com/images/092500/dallasnfl.jpg

George Teague PWNS TO.

http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/football/nfl/1998/playoffs/news/1999/01/28/dirty_bird/t1_anderson_ap_01.jpg

I always liked the Dirty Bird.

TheIronDuke
07-16-2007, 11:02 AM
Oh, and a clip of when Peter Griffin of the Patriots scores after a long run for a TD.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=cQAvyMJijx8

Blazing Arrow
07-16-2007, 12:46 PM
:confused: Am I missing something here? What the heck does your little soccer story have to do with endzone celebrations?

I was stringing off of DB post on how celebrating on a team can be in poor taste. Especially when you try to pull and airplane in someone’s goal.

Brando
07-16-2007, 01:48 PM
One I hate:

Pacman, everytime he gets into the end zone he seems to hump the goal post for some reason. I mean one time I can see, you bust it out what ever move on. But everytime? Even when they got called back he is out humping the post while the refs are calling it back.

That's because he likes the "pole", that's why he hangs around strip clubs.:user:

Texan_Bill
07-17-2007, 01:18 PM
How about the obligatory.... "I can't quit you" celebration:

http://www.onlinesports.com/images/phf-aagi033.jpg