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Don't Do It Stevie!

Ugh. Apparently Stevie Johnson is looking for ways to take his TD celebrations to a whole new level next year.

Please, please, please Stevie -- don't do it! It is not funny, cute, or cool. It is just dumb. If you do it, we will not think you are cool. We will not think you are the ultimate Bill. We will think you are a selfish jerk who hates the Buffalo Bills and wants them to lose.

Remember the Patriots game to end last year? When you wrote "Happy New Year" on your shirt? You should remember. Afterwards we got outscored 49-7 while you sat on the bench.

Remember the Jets game in week 12? That oh-so-clever shooting yourself in the leg? That gave the Jets a quick 15 yards and set them up for a TD to close out the first half. We lost by 4 points.

Stevie, you just signed a five year, $36.25 million contract. You are a star NFL receiver and are paid like it. You are married and have three kids. It's time you started acting like a man.

Here's an idea for you Stevie. The next time you score a big TD, post a pic of it on Twitter and encourage people to donate to a charity if they like it. There's a good celebration. Don't cost the team 15 yards and the momentum by writing with lipstick on your own butt or whatever stupid thing you might think of. It was kind of cool when the Bills were losing all the time. There is no place for it anymore.

Just another great fan opinion shared on the pages of BuffaloRumblings.com.

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