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These touchdown dances score big


With the NFL now penalizing a team 15 yards for planned touchdown celebrations, the Washington Post came out with a list of what it considers the top four end-zone celebrations ever.

1. The Funky Chicken by Billy “White Shoes” Johnson. He played for Houston and Atlanta.

2. The Lambeau Leap by the Green Bay Packers. The tradition was started in 1993 by safety LeRoy Butler.

3. The Fun Bunch by the Washington Redskins. The Redskins did this in the early ‘80s when teammates gathered in the end zone after a score and gave one another high-fives.

4. The California Quake by Butch Johnson. Johnson, a Cowboys receiver, would pull out imaginary guns after scoring.

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