Jordan Todman Uses Pointless Celebration After Scoring Touchdown at Seattle

By Connor Muldowney
Jordan Todman
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The Jacksonville Jaguars are bad. I mean really bad. They did, however, score more points on the Seattle Seahawks in week three than the San Francisco 49ers and Carolina Panthers had combined. Sure, they had a pretty surprising performance against the Seahawks, but they are nothing more than the worst team in the NFL.

Will this be the second team in league history to go 0-16? Possibly. However, they do have one thing going for them — overly cocky third-year running back, Jordan Todman. I say overly cocky not because he’s always taunting opponents — which would be impossible because his team rarely scores — but the way he taunting Seahawks fans after his first-career touchdown on Sunday was slightly ridiculous.

Todman’s run narrowed a 28-point Seahawk lead into just a 21-point contest, 38-17. It was late in the fourth quarter and apparently the three-yard score gave the seemingly unknown player the right to taunt the most electric crowd in the entire league.

The celebration surely silenced the crowd — not.

I’m sure Todman has a reason to brag, right? He’s one of the best running backs out there, right? Nope, not even close. The third-year player has 11 carries for 22 yards and why not celebrate? This could be the last time he smells green and reaches the endzone.

Too bad the Jaguars ended up losing the game, 45-17. This is a pretty funny hushing gesture from a lesser-known player on the worst team against the best defense and the best team in the NFL.

Oh, Jacksonville, what will you do next?

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