Predicting the 2017 touchdown celebrations of the Jets
This upcoming season won’t be an easy one for the New York Jets but when they do eventually score a touchdown, they should bring back an old celebration.
Make no mistake about it, the New York Jets are going to be a pretty bad team this upcoming season. With a full rebuild taking place, they will be lucky to win five games or so due to a lack of talent on the roster. Of course, the leadership regime will do their best to continue developing all the younger players on the team with hopes of them being ready to shine within the next year or two.
Even though the Jets won’t be all that fun or exciting to watch, they will score touchdowns. Whether it’s from Quincy Enunwa, Matt Forte, or even Chad Hansen, they will reach the end zone and provide fans with that sheer enjoyment that they scored. The question is, what kind of celebrations should they do?
Gone are the days of 15-yard penalties hitting players for celebrations that were considered unsportsmanlike conduct. Now, teams can get creative and do their best to make the NFL have more fun when it matters most when scoring a touchdown against an opponent.
For the Jets, they should bring back their old touchdown celebration of extending their arms and literally, soaring like a jet plane. One can imagine that perhaps the offense (or defense if they score a touchdown on an interception) can get together in a huddle and then break out of it doing that old “soar like a Jet” fly away motion like they used to many years ago.
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Another fun idea that the Jets could do after scoring a touchdown would be to spin the football on the ground, kind of like spin the bottle.
When it stops and points at a Jet, they should then have to break out in some sort of quick yet funny solo dance with teammates cheering them on.
Again, there won’t be much to smile about this upcoming season with the Jets but at least some hilarious/funny touchdown celebrations will help ease the pain.
What kind of funny touchdown celebrations would you like to see the Jets do this upcoming season? Leave your comments below as I’d love to see how creative Jets Nation can be. Also, the hilarious video above featuring comedians Brian Baumgartner and Flula Borg is in support of the amazing “All of Nothing” series which this year, is about the Los Angeles Rams and their abysmal season of 2016. It’s now available on Amazon Prime Video and is a fantastic show. Training camp for the Jets doesn’t start until a few more weeks so until then, this would be a great football show to indulge in the meantime.