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TO and the popcorn. There's one in the CFL where a team would score and would pretend to have a guy exercising on a bike. Except that bike is made up of other players... I'll try to find a video.

That was cool. BC Lions I believe. Goodell would fine them so much for that haha

My favourite ones are the celebrations where the players dance. I love seeing them bust out the Dougie

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As a Colt fans, Marvins spike against NE after a sweet TD catch. Never saw that guy as fired up as when he made that play.

My favorite, would probably have to be the Marshawn Lynch beast mode run against NO last year in the playoffs. The 'jumping across Goal Line Crotch Grab' is where its at!

And someone mentioned the Stevie Johnson (Why so serious), that was actually b/c they were playing the Bengals, Ocho and TO were calling themselves Batman and Robin, so Stevie said I'll play the Joker. Thought that was pretty clever. Now if only he could hold onto a game winning throw.......

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As a Colt fans, Marvins spike against NE after a sweet TD catch. Never saw that guy as fired up as when he made that play.

My favorite, would probably have to be the Marshawn Lynch beast mode run against NO last year in the playoffs. The 'jumping across Goal Line Crotch Grab' is where its at!

I loved Marvin's spike mostly because it hit Vrabel straight in the face. What are the chances a player spikes it and it hits another guy in the face? Or somewhere else....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0Wn-GQXtBc

Lynch's jump against the Saints was pretty cool too, I liked that

CFL is the best for celebrations. Just so creative. Here are two of the best: the bobsled and the stationary bike. Both near the beginning of the video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDR2v-fZQnk

I love to see that kind of stuff. They would get fined so hard in the NFL, but the CFL fans really get a treat. A lot of them are really creative. I thought the speed walking one was hilarious.

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My favorite was when Owens celebrated on the star, then Emmitt Smith in retaliation later in the game celebrated on the star with his own TD, then Owens after another TD again went for the star, and then Owens got laid out :P. Then Owens just ends up getting back up and standing on the star some more.

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I love the touchdown celebrations and it drives me nuts that the NFL is cracking down harder and harder on them. If the team doesn't like seeing a player do a dance or dunking the ball over the goalpost then they just need to suck it up and stop them. Last time I checked this still was a game and it should be about fun.

At least its not like college football and if you show to much happiness you get penalized.

I love the Lambo Leap and the dunking of the football over the goal post.

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