NFL Touchdown Dances: Top 5 Celebrations Of 2013 Season
Top 5 Touchdown Dances Of 2013 NFL Season
Scoring a touchdown in the NFL has got to an absolute rush of emotions. Even if the touchdown comes in a 42-7 blowout; the euphoric feeling of crossing those white lines and seeing the referee's hands go up must be second to none. However, some players ruin their moment with either awful touchdown dances or a penalty for "excessive celebration."
Nonetheless, the 2013 NFL season has seen a boatload of touchdowns and at a rapid pace as well. For instance, the NFL broke a touchdown record in Week 14 as there was a total of 104 scores! That number is absolutely ridiculous and NFL fans couldn't be happier as everyone loves a good touchdown -- and dance
The dances are always fun to watch whether they are routinely done like Victor Cruz's "salsa" or if it's an impromptu charade from Detroit Lions rookie tight end Joseph Fauria. Lions fans didn't expect much from the Fauria, so his six touchdowns and six incredibly funny touchdown dances have taken the folks in the Motor City by storm.
But with just three weeks left in the regular season, it's time to list off the top five touchdown celebrations of the year. Please do remember: a touchdown dance is when a player engages in a celebration after the score. So any celebration before and/or during the touchdown does not qualify.
No. 5: Mike Tolbert
Mike Tolbert knows how to party. Just because the running back weights more than half a school bus doesn't mean he can't get funky after a touchdown.
No. 4: Joseph Fauria
The Detroit Lions didn't expect much from Joseph Fauria in his rookie campaign. However, head coach Jim Schwartz has to be happy with Fauria's six-touchdown season. Fauria only has 11 catches on the year, but he's made the most of each one with dances like these.
No. 3: Joique Bell
Joique Bell can boogie. But the best part about this running back's touchdown celebration is the fact that he gets the fans involved!
No. 2: Cam Newton
Everyone knows the saying "when in Rome" but not too many understand the "when in Miami" theory. Let's just say that Cam Newton knows all about LeBron James and knows what to do when in Miami.
No. 1: David Wilson
The New York Giants have to be disappointed with David Wilson's second NFL season. A serious neck injuries forced Wilson to the sidelines early this year, but luckily we got to see him pull this off before he went down.