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Danny Amendola Scores a Touchdown, Breaks an Old Guy’s Glasses

Today’s NFL players are so hard wired to celebrate after scoring, that they sometimes forget the score in the game.

Trailing 33-7 early in the fourth quarter against Minnesota, Danny Amendola caught a six yard touchdown pass from Sam Bradford.  Amendola spiked the ball as if the Rams were winning the Super Bowl.  The ball bounced and hit an unsuspecting usher in the face, shattering his glasses.

When Amendola later caught a pass for a two point conversion, he sought out the same usher to hand him the ball.  Unfortunately, the usher was nowhere to be found.

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