Found September 15, 2013 on FatManWriting:
There are higher expectations in Nashville this season for the Tennessee Titans. Jake Locker appears to be coming around, Chris Johnson is still one of the best in the game, and the receiving corps has a lot of potential if it can get on the same page as Locker. Sunday against the Houston Texans former Baylor wide receiver Kendall Wright pulled in a Locker pass for a touchdown, and was so happy about it that he had to get down. @SBNationGIF/Twitter I am not a big fan of the NFL cracking down on celebrations, but isn't it supposed to be a flag whenever there is a group celebration? It looks like Chris Johnson and another player join him in his goofy little dance.  How about a little consistency here refs?
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