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November 21, 2017

Top 7 Eagles touchdown celebrations in 2017, in gifs

So far in 2017, the Philadelphia Eagles have scored 37 touchdowns, most in the NFL. After many of those touchdowns, the Eagles have celebrated in style. I went back and watched all 37 of those touchdowns, and ranked the top 7 celebrations.

7) The first baseball one

If we're being honest, this celebration was completely unorganized, with at least a half-dozen flaws that we pointed out in detail a few months ago. To their credit, they worked on their baseball-themed celebrations and came up with a better version later in the season, which we'll get to momentarily.

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6) Big guy dance

Nothing special here. It's just a big guy dancing, which is always fun.

5) Mills and McLeod shoulder thing

I'm sure this dance has some kind of name. I don't know what it is, if so. I'm 40. Sorry, not hip.

4) The 'Nestea Plunge'

Nelson Agholor channeled his inner DeSean Jackson against the Cardinals after a highlight reel catch and run.

3) The 'Backpack Dance'

As many people have noted, this dance looks easy, but it isn't. Mack Hollins drew his inspiration from this kid.

2) Alshon charges the mound

When the Eagles lined up for another baseball-themed celebration, my initial reaction was, "Really? Not this crap again." Then they added the above wrinkle and I legitimately laughed. Well done.

1) Kenjon Barner breaks into the safe, gives his boys some money, and they make it rain

"I had to unlock the safe, and share some money with the fellas," Barner said. "And then blow it."

Watch the celebration again and focus in on Stefen Wisniewski, who has no idea what he's doing.

"I was not told ahead of time," Wisniewski explained. "I figured he had some treasure, and I guess they were making it rain later. I missed that memo. The linemen aren't always in the meetings for the celebrations."

I give this celebration bonus points because Corey Clement, Jay Ajayi, and LeGarrette Blount are all involved. Obviously, the Eagles did not line up with four running backs on the play, which means they all ran into the end zone from the sideline to participate. 

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