But all nine times he’s crossed the goal line, he has forgotten his planned touchdown celebration.
“My celebration game — bottom five of the league, for sure,” Claypool told teammates during their Week 10 win against the Cincinnati Bengals.
He’s not wrong and he’s admitted before that it’s a problem. It’s particularly notable since the Steelers are known for their in-game celebratory acts.
Claypool’s TD celebrations so basic
Claypool, the Steelers’ 49th overall pick in the 2020 draft out of Notre Dame, could be described as “basic” when it comes to his touchdown celebrations.
Against the Bengals it was a simple flex. Against the Ravens, after what was the game-winning score, he pumped his hand at the Ravens crowd (possibly dropping an expletive).
Wait. We have a slight celebration sighting in the middle of his four-touchdown breakout against the Philadelphia Eagles.
And the eurostep that got Twitter fans furiously typing in support.
Chase Claypool eurostepping through the end zone might be the new best celebration 🔥pic.twitter.com/itZdIBHtZV— Yahoo Sports (@YahooSports) October 11, 2020
But overall it’s a mess.
Chase, get on the Steelers level
Not only is Claypool at the top of the NFL’s scoring table, he’s doing it on a team known for its touchdown celebrations. Just look at JuJu Smith-Schuster in September.
If you’re going to keep scoring, Chase, you need to step up your game.
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