A-Rodg's touchdown celebration starts with both hands in the middle of your stomach, palms in and thumbs up. Move them around your middle to your sides, as though tracing the outline of a wide belt. Suitable for picking up a critical spare in bowling.
The Claymaker begins his sack celebration by flexing his biceps, then moving his hands down and stretching his arms out wide as he squats, as though he's preparing to hug a large, but short bear. Appropriate immediately after parallel parking in two moves or less.
The Raji debuted at last year's NFC championship game in Chicago when the defensive lineman returned an interception for a touchdown. Put your hands on your hips and swivel them as though casually hula-hooping. Winning a heated hand of Uno justifies The Raji.
Drive invokes this celebration after catching a pass for a first down. Pointing down field with one hand, he shimmies his shoulders before pivoting on his forward foot, swiveling his body 180 degrees and signaling a first down with his opposite hand. Expert level. Reserve for something special like punching out for the day.