Some Cleveland fans are still a bit flustered about LeBron James' departure. So, needless to say, Maurice Jones-Drew's touchdown celebration against the Browns in Cleveland on Sunday didn't go over too well with the hometown crowd.

After punching in a score from six yards out in the second quarter, the Jaguars running back decided to mimic James' patented pregame powder toss. He acted as if he was pouring powder onto his hands before throwing his arms in the air, just like James did in Cleveland as a member of the Cavaliers for seven years.

The Browns fans immediately voiced their displeasure, showering Jones-Drew with a loud onslaught of boos.

Check out Jones-Drew's bold — and somewhat brave — celebration in the video below.