Now what? Personally I don't care for the over the top celebrations you see nowadays. The way I see it, you should act like you've been there and and that you are coming back for more. When you start dancing you are making the moment about you, and not the ten other guys that helped to get you there.
It's something I've stressed with my kids… but it's not easy.
Carter is by all accounts the best player on his flag football scoring 15 touchdowns and being a threat to go the distance every time he touched the ball. But what did he do when he scored? He gave the ball to the ref.
While I don't care for it, the touchdown dance has been around as long people have been scoring touchdowns. Whether it's the Ickey Shuffle, the Lambeau Leap, or something stupid that Terrell Owens comes up with, players have been celebrating the score in some very unique ways.
What is your Touchdown dance?
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Since I don't dance, here is Carters. He's just never allowed to do it in a game.
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