From: Gonzalez, John

To: Ford, Bob; Fox, Ashley

Subject: Celebrate good times, come on

Interesting game the other night. For much of the evening, I thought the most entertaining moment was DeSean Jackson's extemporaneous moonwalk/Russian Cossack end-zone dance. The kid has moves.

He topped himself, though, when he persuaded Andy Reid (!) to join him in one of those fashionable leaping chest bumps. I haven't been that shocked since the Roots signed on with Jimmy Fallon.

Were you as surprised as I was that Reid let loose in public? And as far as memorable NFL celebrations go, where does the Jackson/Reid collaboration rank?

From: Ford, Bob

To: Gonzalez, John; Fox, Ashley

Subject: Celebrate good times, come on

It's right up there with Totie Fields walking the wire with the Flying Wallendas.

From: Gonzalez, John

To: Ford, Bob; Fox, Ashley

Subject: Celebrate good times, come on

Had to Google Totie Fields. It's a lot funnier now that I know who she is (was?).

From: Ford, Bob

To: Gonzalez, John; Fox, Ashley

Subject: Celebrate good times, come on

I'm not impressed. You'd have to Google Marconi, too.

From: Gonzalez, John

To: Ford, Bob; Fox, Ashley

Subject: Celebrate good times, come on

That's just mean. Everyone knows Marconi. He was the guy Skinny Joey clipped before he went away.

I'm putting the DJack/Big Red move in my top 5 NFL celebrations - same company as T.O. standing on the star, the Joe Horn cell call, the marriage proposal, and Vai Sikahema's boxing workout.

From: Ford, Bob

To: Gonzalez, John; Fox, Ashley

Subject: Celebrate good times, come on

What's funny is that Andy Reid would never, never run backward into the end zone if he scored a touchdown. (Work with me here.) He wouldn't think of showing up an opponent. That said, I think he likes the life and energy - not to mention the touchdowns - Jackson provides to a team that can be a little low on the fun scale at times.

From: Fox, Ashley

To: Gonzalez, John; Ford, Bob

Subject: Celebrate good times, come on

Sorry to be late to the party. The last time we saw Reid so playful was when another wide receiver was tearing it up here. Back when you were goofing off in Boston or Dallas or wherever you were, Gonz, Reid made a bet with Terrell Owens about how many touchdowns he'd catch. I think if T.O. got to 15, Reid was going to wear spandex to practice. Those were the happy times.

Jackson's brilliance has allowed Reid to loosen up a little and show his personality. Reid is not the drone he pretends to be at news conferences. He's actually got a sense of humor and a spark, and that's what you saw when he back-bumped Jackson.