Last Monday night, the New York Giants lost to the New Orleans Saints 49-24 in a game that was typical in at least two ways: the Saints both scored a lot of points and won. Yet Stefan Fatsis of Slate.com noticed two other typical aspects of the game that highlighted a broader tension between legality and morality in the National Football League (NFL). Take a look: The way players react after touchdowns is relevant in an entertainment sense. An act ends, the curtain falls, the audience applauds, an intermission commences. How they react after other, more routine plays is, I’d argue, far more revealing about the culture of football. There were two moments in the Saints’ 49-24 vivisection of the Giants’ defense on Monday…