Jets’ Pouha says Bills WR insensitive to Sept. 11

New York Jets defensive tackle Sione Pouha says the touchdown

celebration by Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson was

insensitive to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Pouha says Monday that Johnson putting his arms out and acting

like a plane – something Santonio Holmes does after scoring – but

then crashing into the turf in the Jets’ 28-24 win Sunday was

”kind of a dagger” because of the attacks that occurred 10 years

ago in Manhattan, a few miles from MetLife Stadium.

Pouha says it was an ”unprofessional” gesture by Johnson, whom

he says didn’t take into account that 9/11 is a ”sacred

moment.”

Johnson was penalized for excessive celebration for going to the

ground during a celebration that including mocking Plaxico Burress

shooting himself in the thigh.