They don't let them celebrate like they used to.
These days, the NFL has cracked down on touchdown celebrations, largely based on the following guys' antics in the end zone.
The NFL today is going for a more professional vibe, but you can't argue that back in the celebration glory days, you weren't glued to the television when one of these guys scored.
Some found them offensive, some found them entertaining, I just find them to be plain old awesome.
Let's start with one of the...uh...dirtier ones.
Randy Moss actually isn't known for many touchdown dances, but it's difficult to make a list without this one on it.
One of the more widely recognized celebrations of all time, Moss came out saying that he did it in response to a Packers tradition of fans doing the same thing to opposing buses.
I think he would have gotten away with it if he just did the mooning motion. It was the shimmy on the goal post that sent fans and announcer Joe Buck into a frenzy.
Joe Horn wasn't always synonymous with touchdown celebrations—until he pulled this one out of the goal post.
As the announcers pointed out, he technically didn't break any rules at the time.
The amazing thing about this celebration is that it had to be pre-planned with the placement of the phone, and the touchdown in that end zone. Everything had to go perfectly for it to work.
I found very few things more entertaining than the touchdown dance competition through the 2005 season between the then-Chad Johnson and Steve Smith.
The two were teammates in junior college, and both should've been performing arts majors.
While he had some funny dances including his sword fight, his most memorable was the "row your boat" dance against the Minnesota Vikings after their sex boat scandal.
Yes the video is a little fuzzy, but then again so are the details on that scandal.
Whether football purists like it or not, Terrell Owens is the owner of some of the best receiving statistics in NFL history.
He also is arguably one of the biggest personalities that the NFL has ever seen.
The dude has too many memorable celebrations to count, but some of the standout ones were the sharpie, the Dallas star, the pom-poms, and the popcorn bucket.
Recently released from the Indoor Football League, Owens might finally have to give up dance—er..—football, for good.
Don't you dare cry about it.
Back when he was known as Chad Johnson, he brought the celebration to another art form.
From the river dance, to the putt, to the proposal and culminating in the "don't fine me again" sign, Johnson turned his touchdown dances into a marketable skill.
Most of the celebration rules were changed specifically as a direct result of him, and people were always curious of what he would do to get around them next.
A little bit more subdued these days, I would still like Ochocinco to bring back the old days once more before he retires for good.
If he ever sees the end zone again.