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It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
The dunk over the goalpost has been done. The jumping shoulder bump is becoming played out. The Lambeau Leap is reserved for Green Bay Packers. And just spiking the football is older than the game itself. So how did Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown celebrate his first career offensive NFL touchdown? By doing this...And please don't ask me to define what "this" is. While I'm pretty decent at making up something at the drop of a hat, my wit has been outdone by the former Central Michigan Chippewa.
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You may remember Pittsburgh Steelers second year receiver Antonio Brown from the pre-season, when he unveiled a hilarious touchdown dance after a spectacular catch (see here). After Brown scored his first career receiving touchdown in yesterday’s game against the Patriots he broke out the dance for an encore performance: Brown is currently enjoying a nice [...]
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