Published: Sat, November 10, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Michael Thomas Recreates Iconic 'Mobile Phone' Touchdown Celebration

Michael Thomas Recreates Iconic 'Mobile Phone' Touchdown Celebration

Star wide receiver Michael Thomas recreated out one of the most infamous celebrations in National Football League history by pulling out a cell phone from under a goal post following his touchdown.

But, Vick clearly didn't feel the same way. saying the old, cell-phone-under-the-goal-post routine is bad for the sport!

When I saw him bring out that cellphone, I teared up.

Horn, a Saints Hall of Famer who caught 50 touchdown passes for the franchise from 2000-06, will forever be remembered for his controversial 2003 touchdown celebration, which resulted in a $30,000 fine in an era when receivers such as Terrell Owens, Chad Johnson and Horn were regularly coming up with elaborate celebrations.

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After a red-hot start to the season in which Thomas received 40 targets in three games, he hadn't seen double-digit targets in the four games prior.

Thomas said the message on the sideline was about being smart at the end of a close game. "But overall, to be able to hold him and not allow him to really wreck this game was big for us". He said he purchased the phones from a liquor store.

Nonetheless, props go out to Thomas on a great play and classic celebration. They were the last remaining unbeaten team in the NFL.

Joe Horn is a Saints legend. "All these guys are having fun and catching touchdowns and celebrating with each other and getting the crowd involved". Nope, that honor belongs to Joe Horn. who did the exact same thing as Thomas. "I felt like I had an opportunity to make it happen, put the game away and make a call".

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