Touchdown celebrations are a part of the game and have been ever since Homer Jones started the " the spike " in 1965 . All the fans love it and all the player is doing is he's letting out positive emotions , so should we ban smiling too . And plus the nfl has many more issues to focus on other than dancing in the end zone .
Scoring a touchdown is an exciting and emotional occurrence. In all sports, athletes celebrate when they score are best an appointment. Touchdown celebrations are a reflection of a football players excitement at scoring. There is nothing negative about them, and should actually be encouraged to continue. There is a whole market which the NFL can capitalize on if done properly.
I think many people find touchdown celebrations to be entertaining and just a part of the game. As long as the player does not go on for an excessive amount of time and provided there is not direct taunting of the other teams players, I think a celebration is fine. The NFL has bigger issues to worry about other than a player doing a dance in the end zone.
Touchdown celebrations should not be banned - the player has successfully performed a task and should be able to celebrate. Additionally, football is for entertainment, and the touchdown celebrations are just that. Its not a serious thing - its not as though a prosecution lawyer is doing a celebratory dance for getting the death penalty for a defendant.
Touchdown celebrations are a part of the game of football and have been since the very first football game between Rutgers and Princeton. There is no reason to consider an absolute ban on touchdown celebrations. They bring color and fan interaction to game and remember the NFL is a business. You don't keep the fans happy, you won't be selling many tickets!