Found January 05, 2014 on FatManWriting:
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During Saturday night's wild card game against the Philadelphia Eagles New Orleans Saints wide receiver Lance Moore pulled in a nice pass from Drew Brees for a touchdown to give the team a 13-7 lead early in the third quarter.As you can imagine, he was pretty happy. Enough that he even felt like celebrating a little. So he did--but by himself this time by doing the Nae Nae.From Bleacher ReportLast week after a touchdown he decided to do a little celebration made famous by the Comedy Central show Key & Peele; big step up from this one from earlier in the season. The only problem was that to do it properly someone else had to join in. Fellow wide receiver Kenny Stills was more than happy to, but it ended up costing him since his involvement officially made it a choreographed routine--a big no-no in the No Fun League.So this time he did his own thing.Oh--in case you wanted to see what he was celebrating:From Bleacher Report Loading...
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