HomeCeeDee Lamb was fined for waving at Jalen Mills after the Cowboys beat the Patriots

CeeDee Lamb was fined for waving at Jalen Mills after the Cowboys beat the Patriots


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The NFL social media team tweeted, and later deleted a clip of the play.

CeeDee Lamb of the Dallas Cowboys grabbed a touchdown pass against Jalen Mills of the New England Patriots in overtime at Gillette Stadium on October 17. Photo by Maddy Meyer/Getty Images

CeeDee Lamb, the wide receiver Cowboys, celebrated his game-winning touchdown against patriots In the sixth week with a small wave for Galen Mills after Mills pushed him into the end zone.

“thanks for coming!” Later pregnancy screamed In the New England crowd, before telling his teammates that it was time to go home because “I’d rather be in Dallas anyway.”

The Patriots had plenty of chances to beat the Cowboys, but in overtime Dak Prescott fired a deep ball into Lamb who raced ahead of Mills. Lamb grabbed the ball and extended his arm and Jog slowly at the end area He stared back at Mills, who shot him after he crossed the goal line.

Lamb got the game’s last laugh and a creative celebration that convinced a since-deleted tweet from the official NFL Network, likely because Lamb It said He was fined 10.3 thousand dollars for his celebration. Mills was not fined for paying Lamb after the play.

The Cowboys didn’t omit their Lamb celebration honors.

Lamb — who signed a four-year $14 million deal that came with a $7.7 million signing bonus last year — may have no regrets, even after the fine. He said Catching a relegation was an “incredible feeling” in the aftermath of the game, adding that the last time he had a relegation at the end of a game was in high school.

He was later asked about the play itself.

“Nothing great,” said Lamb. “It was great coverage and I saw it early on, so I just ran into the open field, hoping that Duck saw me, and he did. …

“You don’t get a lot of those,” he added.

The Cowboys were on vacation this week before traveling to Minnesota to face the Vikings on October 31. Patriots trampled planes Hoping to get back on track, with a 54-13 victory over his East Asian rival. The Patriots are now 3-4, while the Cowboys are 5-1.