The National Football League decided to relax their rules on celebrating before the start of this season, and it may be the best decision that the league has made this decade.
After being called the "No Fun League" for the past few years, Roger Goodell and co. actually made a move to try and bring some enjoyment back into the game, by giving players much more freedom in how they could celebrate touchdowns and other big plays on the field.
Just today we have seen the Pittsburgh Steelers play a game of hide-and-seek, and we have seen the Vikings playing Duck Duck Goose a few weeks. But Robby Anderson of the New York Jets may have just topped them all.
After the Miami Dolphins defense parted like the Red Sea to allow him to streak into the endzone and be found by Josh McCown, Anderson decided to keep on going, and going, and going. Straight into the crowd.
Yes, the Jets wide receiver actually jumped up into the stands to admire his own TD. It was amazing. Scroll down to check it out.
That is just incredible work from the young man. Truly taking the celebration game to a whole new level.
And to make it even better, the New York Jets social media team was on hand to provide another view of their star man's trip into the stands.
They aren't lying, it really is an A+ celebration and it might be my favourite one so far this year. Take a bow, Robbie.
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