2011 has come and gone, but looking back on the year, the NFL had more flair in the end zone than years past.
Five touchdown dances stood out from the crowd and here they are.
We like Drew Brees here, so we'll give him the fifth spot on the list with his failed, but funny dunk attempt.
Brees has set the all-time single season passing record and many young football players have replicated his dunk, despite it being unsuccessful.
From the "Why So Serious?" undershirt to the Plaxico Burress-mocking dance and just recently the "Happy New Year!!!" undershirt, Stevie Johnson has a flair for end zone drama.
He's gotten fined, penalized and scorned for his antics, but I personally am entertained by Johnson's many dances and think they've made an impact on fans and the NFL.
Cam Newton has burst onto the scene this year, setting different records and looking good at the same time.
If Dwayne Wade is mocking Carolina by doing your touchdown dance, it must be pretty recognizable.
Aaron Rodgers is a Super Bowl winner, MVP candidate and might be the best quarterback in the NFL today depending who you ask.
His championship belt touchdown dance has become the center of a brilliant marketing campaign for State Farm which you can see in the video to the left.
Tebowing isn't just a touchdown dance...it's a national phenomenon.
From young kids to older NFL fans, everyone has become swept up by the craze that is Tebowing and I rank it as the most recognizable touchdown dance in the NFL today.