Alfred Morris goes beast mode, celebrates accordingly

In the second quarter of Sunday's game between the Washington Redskins and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, running back Alfred Morris scored a pretty phenomenal touchdown.

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Heck yeah, look at him go!

Afterward, Morris celebrated in a ... similarly unique fashion.

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Looks like he's not really sure what he was going for there. We're getting mixed messages over here, Al. At first glance, it looks like the Jimmy Carson golf swing and a salute, but then it looks like he's actually pantomiming a home run and watching it leave the ballpark. Then he ... holds up three fingers on each hand? Is it a three-run homer? That's kind of a weird and specific thing to mime. Is he celebrating scoring six points? There's no six-run homer in baseball, Al. What are you doing here?

Stop confusing us, Alfred. Just keep scrambling for radical touchdowns. Work on that celebration. Get back to us. You're off to a solid start.

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