Riverdance is back. The Funky Chicken is back — all with the Chad Ochocinco seal of approval. The NFL relaxed the touchdown celebrations rule in 2017, the rule that led many fans to refer to the NFL as the "No Fun League." And rightfully so; the most exciting part of the game is an awesome touchdown. The players deserve to celebrate but, more importantly, the fans want to see that excitement.
Players are really making the most of their post-touchdown euphoria in 2018. This year, we've seen celebrations that range anywhere from group activities to pop culture references to popular dance moves. They're even bringing in looks from other sports. Going into week 6 of the 2018 season, these the fan favorites so far.
10. Keenan Allen goes 6ix9ine
So what if you're still down 18-31 in the fourth quarter, we're still having a good time. At least Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen was, busting out the Tati during the Chargers' season opener.
9. Alvin Kamara joins Saints fans
What do you call it when a Saint outdoes any Lambeau Leap you've ever seen? A leap of faith? Ascending to heaven? Whatever you call it, some New Orleans fans now have an epic selfie.
8.Eric Ebron revived and hyped
The Colts' tight end plays Fortnite — who would've thought? If you're confused by this, all you need to know is that Ebron isn't pretending to be a horse, he just needed to be revived by his teammates, who then joined him in a hype dance.
7. Donte Moncrief's air guitar
How does a Jaguars wide receiver celebrate drawing first blood against the Patriots? If you're Donte Moncrief, you play some sweet licks on a guitar that only other Jags can hear.
6. Tyreek Hill's Forrest Gump impression
Next time Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill runs a punt return back for a touchdown, I hope Chiefs fans have a "STOP FORREST" sign ready to go. Hill ran off the field and emerged on the Chiefs' sideline moments later.
5. The Browns' DBZ Fusion Dance
If you watched this season of HBO's Hard Knocks, then you probably know that Browns tight ends Darren Fells and David Njoku have been planning this one for a while. They got their chance against the Raiders in Week 4.
4. Cam Newton doing the bull dance
Doing the Superman, the bull dance, and feeling the flow. Newton scored on a short-yardage touchdown run only to ride the bull before doing his usual "superman" celebration.
3. Demetrius Harris sinks a free throw
Do you have that friend who doesn't watch football and makes the same lame joke about football players "scoring a basket?" Chiefs tight end Demetrius Harris scored a basket during this football game. Also, tell your friend that their joke wasn't even funny the first time.
2. JuJu Smith-Schuster gives birth
JuJu Smith-Schuster is not the first to give birth to a football, but this time around was much funnier than when then-Bengals corner back Pacman Jones did it to celebrate the birth of his baby. Steelers running back James Conner was his midwife. Baby and mother are doing fine.
1. Dolphins high five at full sprint
What's better than scoring a touchdown with a teammate? High-fiving that teammate at a full sprint as you cross the goal line against the Raiders. The Fins' Albert Wilson and Jakeem Grant need to have a photo of this moment framed and immortalized forever.
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