The 'Skins high-five is a good throwback memory, but I like the leap because it is easily the most rewarding for the fans. They get to feel like PART of the celebration. Except that one this year when the lineman scored and had to go to the short wall to make the jump. Gotta feel sorry for those fans!
Can't remember who originated "the chug" but I'm pretty sure Fauria has done this one, and I've seen it done by a few other people, too. Essentially the player holds the ball like a beer bottle, pretends to twist off the cap and then turns it up...classic!
Deon's little dance could be added to the list... I don't know if he had a name for it though. The man dominated in the league, controlling his side of the field, and teams knew that they would likely get danced on after Sanders returned an INT.
I'm very biased because my early recognition of how special the Rams were going to be is still paying dividends for me in my favorite league, but I chose the bob and weave from the options listed. I agree about "White Shoes". What I have seen of his work is great. I'm a little disappointed that the goal post dunk isn't an option. I always liked that one.
Oh, and I agree that White Shoes and Butch own this category, but special mention to Vai Sikahema, who as far as I know invented the bit where he went Apollo Creed on the goal post.Worst ever = Merton Hanks.
I voted for the spike. I still prefer a good spike with authority over anything else. I remember hearing a story that one day during training camp when Gruden was with the Raiders he made them practice spiking the ball. I also liked Cash's TD celebration when KC played Houston and after scoring he fired the ball of a picture of Buddy Ryan's face that a fan hung in the back of the end zone.