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Sunday, January 09, 2005

Moss Gets Randy

So Randy Moss pretended to moon the crowd after a touchdown, so what? I could understand the outrage if he had actually mooned the Green Bay fans, but he didn't do that. And I was washing dishes while this happened so I never got to see it on video (there were no replays, naturally).

They made it sound worse than it was, I think, on ESPN just now by saying Moss went over to the goal post and then not elaborating on what followed. I was imagining Moss grinding his pelvis into the padding perhaps, which I agree probably wouldn't have been so family-friendly.

All in all, though, I'm more on the side of those who complain about NFL standing for No Fun League. It's an emotional game, guys should be allowed to celebrate.