No player has personified the use of creativity and humor after scoring touchdowns more than current reality show sensation and former All-Pro caliber receiver Chad Ochocinco, who has crafted some of the most amusing celebrations imaginable.
Here's a look at 10 of the most amazingly funny touchdown celebrations, with plenty of appearances by Ochocinco.
After scoring a touchdown against the Ravens in Philly, T.O. broke into a rendition of the Ray Lewis dance. The Ravens were one of the few groups of people who weren't amused. How many hours do you think he spent standing in front of a full-length mirror choreographing his production?
There's not much to say about this other than it was almost too strange to be funny. Feel free to draw your own conclusions about what Kwame Cavill was going for with this odd little jig.
Here are two glaring examples of why it's always risky to start celebrating before you cross the goal line, the latest by Eagles' receiver DeSean Jackson. It's always fun to laugh at the idiot, right?
Johnnie Morton's best days came with the Lions, but his funniest days came later in his career with the Chiefs, were he broke out "the worm."
Ickey Woods saw his promising career cut short by injuries, but the Bengals fullback burst onto the scene with his powerful running style. He took his trademarked "Ickey Shuffle" to the sidelines. It was, as Dick Enberg said, infectious.
All of the touchdowns in this video are pretty amusing, but Chad Ochocinco's "Please Don't Fine Me" sign along with his imitation of Tiger Woods after scoring a touchdown. Ochocinco's proposal to Bengals' cheerleader Daphne is also hard to forget.
Terrence Edwards never made it in the NFL, but the former Georgia star took his talent and creativity north of the border. His duck-duck-goose celebration was a bit slow developing, but certainly hilarious to watch.
Chad Johnson went back to his Irish roots and busted out the Riverdance after scoring a touchdown against the Bears in Chicago. The music in the video makes the dance even more enjoyable.
Officials never get enough credit for standing in the middle of the field while the action goes on around them. That's especially true in the fast-paced Arena League, although the last thing referee Mike Delaney expected after a touchdown was to get hit in the cookies. Admit it, you're laughing. Just be glad it wasn't you.
Andrea Kramer had no idea, but her interview of Chad Ochocinco provided a perfect lead into one of the most amusing touchdown celebrations ever. Kelly Washington busted out into a spastic dance known as "the squirrel" after hauling in a touchdown from Carson Palmer.