People are still ignoring the fact that Ryan is celebrating within his teammates...AND...people are trying to put words into Ryan's mouth. He's not saying "get off MY field". Which is funny that the op's title of what if Cam yells get off MY field. They are projecting what they feel is already seen by many on and off the field as a ME-first attitude by Cam and expounded through how many freaking articles last week. Ryan didn't say MY field. He said OUR field. Crash on Ryan all you want, but what he did was through his words and celebration was include his teammates and express something that gives team ownership to their house....NOT "MY".
What's sad about this is that people attempted to look into this, as with how many other comparisons, as some legitimization on Cam's attitude. I have exactly no problem with what Ryan said/did (highfiving his teammates). They won...in THEIR house. We want to justify celebrations? Just freaking finish a game.
Plus I think the unusually heated moment from Ryan was because Cam dissed the town of Atlanta by doing the A-town stomp and then the 'no more' sign before the superman shirt thing. Ryan was just taking up for his town. Not taking anything away from either side. I love it. I was about 30 feet from Cam when he did it and started laughing. Everybody else was booing but laughing too. No big deal.