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Buffalo Bills TE Lee Smith has an epic TD celebration fail


After executing a perfect play-action bootleg pass on the two yard line, Lee Smith went to celebrate by doing his version of the Lambeau Leap with the Bills fans near the end zone.  The only issue is that he failed miserably.

When he went up for the jump he landed on top, but no one caught him and fell on his back on the other side of the wall.  Perhaps Packers fans should tell Bills fans how to properly execute this TD celebration.

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