Houston Texans Arian Foster Responds to James Jones and His Namaste Celebration
They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Good thing that's what Texans running back Arian Foster thinks.
Let's rewind to the Packers' 42-24 win over the Texans on Sunday night. Green Bay is up, 35-17, and Aaron Rodgers throws an 18-yard touchdown pass to James Jones to put the game out of reach. With the game in Houston, there was no "Lambeau Leap." Instead, the Packers' wide receiver performed a namaste, a Hindu ritual that Arian Foster has made famous when he reaches the end zone.
Jones did this in Foster's house. He rubbed Foster's own celebration in his face. The big question: Was Foster insulted? Should he have been? Check out our video above for Arian's reaction and to find out what namaste actually means. Let us know in the comments below if Jones should have done this or if Foster was cool and had the right reaction.
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