Los Angeles Rams Star explains why they don’t use touchdown celebrations

Updated: November 30, 2017
A forecast on the Los Angeles Rams record in 2017 includes two wins over the 49ers for Todd Gurley, with ball, and company.

The Los Angeles Rams have turned their franchise around with new head coach Sean McVay and their new explosive offense as they are scoring touchdowns left and right. Last season fans were lucky enough to witness the Rams score two touchdowns per game as they joked around “We are never going to get our Jumbo Jacks”

Jack in the Box and the Rams hold a partnership where every time the Rams score two touchdowns, fans can get a free jumbo jack with a purchase of a large drink.

However this year the Rams have been scoring touchdowns faster than someone can say Jumbo Jacks. It has been a great year for the Rams so far, but what about the touchdown celebrations?

Before the season started, the NFL changed the rules on touchdown celebrations as Rodger Goodell gave fans what they wanted. “We know that you love the spontaneous displays of emotion that come after a spectacular touchdown,” the Commissioner said in the letter. “And players have told us they want more freedom to be able to express themselves and celebrate their athletic achievements.”

With the touchdown celebrations back in business, teams across the NFL have been trying out new dances and more when they get their chance. But how come the Los Angeles Rams have not joined in on the fun? According to Rams star Todd Gurley, they can’t have a celebration for every touchdown because they score too much.

According to Rich Hammond: Todd Gurley, on the Rams’ lack of endzone celebrations: “We get in there so much. We don’t really have to do it every time.”

If the Los Angeles Rams were to start doing more touchdown celebrations, what would you love to see them try and do? 

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