Top NFL touchdown celebrations: Mike Evans Eurosteps, JuJu Smith-Schuster channels Dragon Ball Z

It was a strange week in NFL action, but at least we can always count on a few teams to celebrate touchdowns like there’s no tomorrow. Be warned, though: No one peed like a dog.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Mike Evans channels James Harden

An oldie but a goodie: After connecting with Jameis Winston for an 18-yard TD, wide receiver Mike Evans and his QB unleashed their signature Eurostep moves in the end zone. Chef Harden should be proud. (Video up top)

Pittsburgh Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster unleashes Dragon Ball Z

Smith-Schuster has clearly been practicing his TD celebrations. First, he gave us a dice game in Week 2. In Week 4, he was doing his best Kamehameha (“Dragon Ball Z”) impression, not a Hadouken (“Street Fighter”) like many thought at first.


Indianapolis Colts WR Donte Moncrief secures the bag

When you do to someone what Donte Moncrief did to Seattle Seahawks CB Shaquill Griffin, an epic celebration is in order.


After doing his best Randy Moss impression to give his team an, albeit brief, lead in Seattle, Moncrief and his teammates celebrated by pulling off what looked like a bank heist, with Moncrief driving the getaway car.

(Dis)Honorable mention: Brice Butler’s rock-paper-scissors game gets cut short

Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Brice Butler came through with a clutch toe-drag and a faux game of rock-paper-scissors broke out. But his teammates stopped him after it the TD looked like it’d be overturned. It wasn’t. Rude.