Jaguars set to have the best TD celebrations this season

Tired of the age old antics of showboating after a Touchdown, Jaguars Head Coach Mike Mularkey says he will donate $250 to the Ronald McDonald House of Jacksonville for every touchdown scored without a celebration after. The Jaguars organization is in on the donations too, and they will match Mularkey’s $250 for a total of $500 each time.

None of this, and the Jaguars will donate $500 to local charities (AP Photo)

We’re hoping the Jaguars can find the endzone several times this season, as a non-celebratory act will benefit the community, and if they get to the endzone consistently, fans of Jacksonville will be proud of a team that has pulled it together.

This reminds me of the great Barry Sanders, who would score a Touchdown and toss the ball back to the Official like nothing ever happened because he knew he’d find himself there again.Not that there’s anything wrong with celebrating, as it brings a lot of fun (and flags) to Sunday afternoon, but seeing such a great thing by the Head Coach and Team is awesome.





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