Scoring a touchdown in football is one of the hardest feats in all of sports. For this reason, it is expected for players to pull out a creative celebration when they finally do reach the end zone.
The more innovative players come up with a signature celebration, such as LaDainian Tomlinson’s ball flip or Victor Cruz’s salsa dance. Teams also come up with signature celebrations that their fans grow to love, like the Falcons’ “Dirty Bird” dance or the Green Bay Packers’ “Lambeau Leap.”
Unfortunately, players sometimes take this celebration the wrong way and use it as an opportunity to disrespect another player or team. Some do this by mocking another player's actions, while others come up with their own celebration that takes a jab at their opponent. These celebrations are usually distasteful and earn strict criticism by the fans and analysts.
Here’s my list of the ten most disrespectful touchdown celebrations in NFL history.