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Apparently four days after the fact people are still giving their opinion of what they thought of Stevie Johnson end zone celebration against the Jets. Washington WR Santana Moss was the latest to weigh in.
Moss was asked on PFT Live for his thoughts on Johnson’s celebration.
“Some guys, that’s a part of their game,” Moss said of Johnson on Thursday’s PFT Live. “They look forward to those moments where they can really shine after they make a big play or score a big touchdown. You can’t really knock them for it. The only thing you can knock them for is losing those yards for your team. You’ve got to be smart at all given times when it comes to trying to win a game. You can’t hurt your team in that situation, and I think that’s something that he’ll look back on and wish he hadn’t done.”
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