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    JACOBS CELEBRATION

    Dallas forums are up in arms about it...apparently in the opinion of many fans "someone should have smashed him" and taken the 15 yards to "fire up" their D. That would have resulted in one heck of a brawl....

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    [quote user="WORLDCHAMPS"]Dallas forums are up in arms about it...apparently in the opinion of many fans "someone should have smashed him" and taken the 15 yards to "fire up" their D. That would have resulted in one heck of a brawl....
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    haha i can't blame them for wanting that.

    I would want that if I was them

    but he does that dance EVERY time hes in dallas
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    If they don't like his touchdown dance, then keep him out of the endzone.

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    They're SCARED of Jacobs! I wish somebody would try that. He's NOT Terrell Owens! LOL.

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    personally I am not a big fan of end zone antics and I cant blame the Cowboy fans for their reaction towards him....




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    I don't mind it as long as it doesn't draw a flag. To me, it comes real close to drawing a flag because it goes on for SO long.

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    [quote user="ny06"]If they don't like his touchdown dance, then keep him out of the endzone.[/quote]

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    i didn't like the fact that he was thrusting his crotch and another player thought it was a good time to run into him.
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    I was surprised they didn't get upset as he desecrated their precious star. He was smart by doing it in the end zone and not running to midfield.

    Also funny how Hyno goes to chest bump but Jacobs is doing a hip grind so he backs off.
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    [quote user="WORLDCHAMPS"]Dallas forums are up in arms about it...apparently in the opinion of many fans "someone should have smashed him" and taken the 15 yards to "fire up" their D. That would have resulted in one heck of a brawl....
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    To tell you the Truth I didnt like it either and wanted some of our players to go over and smash him. That is not called for. I mean ACT LIKE YOU BEEN THERE> This team was in the midst of a 4game losing streak in which BJ has done pretty much Nothing and in the game i think all it did was give us a 5pt lead back (12-7). Its not like we were on a mega winning streak like GB is on or like the Saints and 49ers were on this year and squashing every team in their path. Even then i dont think its called for. Flip the ball back to the REF and get to your sideline. IF you want to celebrate a little over there with your teammates, fine. But give it back to the REF and get ready to focus about what you will do next series when you go back to work. CELEBRATE when the game is over

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