The New York Giants have caught the eyes of the watchful NFL and their strict new celebratory policies. Apparently, the NFL has a problem with the Giants impersonating gangsta rapper Jim Jones and his jumpshot in the "We Fly High" video after sacking the offense (view it here). Now Jim Jones isn't a poster child for the cleaned up professional organization now known as the "No Fun League," but he knows how to get peoples attention and who can fault the Giants for capturing that enthusiasm.
Personally, the jumpshot is by far the best new celebration technique I have seen under the NFL's new "No Fun League" regime. I have previously been against the celebratory nature of the defense when making a routine play, but have since taken enjoyment to it with a lack of effort on the offensive end by the big playmakers, i.e. Steve Smith, Chad Johnson, TO. I never realized I would have to suffer through withdrawals from these acts, but seriously, the weeks are flying by without any good water cooler controversey during this season's "funless" policies. Long live the creative ingenuity of those bold enough to engage the crowd.