Celebration As Art Form
I'm a little old school when in comes to sports celebrating. I like it when officials punish taunting and celebrating and trash talking. I like it when a player knocks the snot out of the other player, then without a word reaches down and helps the woosey opponent back to his feet. That's just me.
But some people like the celebrations. The NFL, which for a while tried to stop the ridiculous celebrations for doing your job, and was briefly called the "No Fun League" by people too shortsighted to realize that the fun of the league was supposed to be in the sport of football and not in the sport of poor sportsmanship, relaxed its "no celebration" penalty a few years ago. As a result, the celebration has become prominant again.
The best at it this year appears to be Bengal wide out Chad Johnson (a photo of his "Football CPR" celebration above). Chad, lucky enough to play for the Bengals in a year that they don't suck, Johnson was able to score a number of touchdowns, and he proved quite original in his celebratory methods.
The top ten list of his TD celebrations is here. Some great photos, including a video clip of his Riverdance celebration, may be found here.