The Giants will be celebrating their Super Bowl XLVI victory all night, but Aaron Hernandez’s TD celebration will not be topped. The Patriots’ Tight End is known for his “make it rain” signature celebration, which was taken to another level after his third quarter touchdown.

Hernandez, a former Florida Gator, crossed the goal line and proceeded to open an imaginary safe door, grab the money stacks and make it rain in the endzone. This is better than any T.O. or Ochocinco celebration.

[youtube width=”640″ height=”390″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mx4TdrViycQ[/youtube]

  • Phil Duncan

    Really? It looked pretty lame to me. If you are obviously going to have a premeditated celebration, make it entertaining or meaningful. That was neither.

  • That was the last of a series of “make it rain” celebrations. Early in the year it was a wall safe and each time the safe gets bigger. That one was supposed to be a bank vault I’m pretty sure. Knowing things like this is important.

  • Phil Duncan

    Knowing it is a series of lame celebrations is UNimportant.