As you may have heard, the NFL has decided to tweak its touchdown celebration rules. While acts like twerking are still a big no-no, players can once again use the pigskin as a prop, celebrate with their offensive homies, and make snow angels — something we don't think we'll see in places like New Orleans and Oakland.
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While we hope the league's new stance will make the games even more entertaining to watch, today's crop of players will be hard-pressed to top this list of best touchdown celebrations in NFL history.
Billy "White Shoes" Johnson
Mostly known for his time with the Houston Oilers and Atlanta Falcons, Johnson's "Funky Chicken" end-zone celebration is thought to be one of the very first post-TD performances in NFL history.
Mr. Johnson had plenty to celebrate after this famous Hail Mary catch against the San Francisco 49ers in 1983
The Fun Bunch
The early 1980's Washington Redskins The Fun Bunch was comprised mainly of wide receivers Art Monk, Charlie Brown, Virgil Seay, and Alvin Garrett. Running back Otis Wonsley and tight ends Rick Walker and Don Warren also got in the mix.
Apparently these are the kinds of group celebrations the NFL is allowing again. Yeah, we'll see.
The Ickey Shuffle
You either loved it or you hated it, and the NFL eventually asked Mr. Woods to take his act out of the end zone and over to the sideline.
The Ickey Shuffle did leave us with one thing, however. One of the greatest commercials of all time.
The Lambeau Leap
You've seen this one a million times by now, but have you seen the first one ever by Packers safety LeRoy Butler in 1993?
Goal Post Dunk
Made famous by the great Tony Gonzalez, check out the final "slam dunk" of his career.
Then-Saints tight end Jimmy Graham gave it a shot in Atlanta once as well, and he broke the goal post.
Merton Hanks Doing … We're Not Sure
This is the man with the most flexible neck in NFL history.
Touchdown Celebration Fails
Because you can't have the best without the worst.