CFL players set the bar for great touchdown celebrations

Four members of the CFL’s Ottawa Redblacks pull off a great touchdown celebration. (CFL/Twitter)

Now that the NFL has loosened the rules on touchdown celebrations, we’ve seen some really fun, creative ones. Heck, we at Shutdown Corner even set out to rank the 10 best through the first half of the season.

But four members of the Canadian Football League’s Ottawa Redblacks set a new bar on Sunday during their Grey Cup conference semifinal game against the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Watch:


While two of his teammates, Juron Criner and Dominique Rhymes, held up Diontae Spencer, who had just scored a 56-yard touchdown like a bar, Greg Ellingson limboed under Spencer.

Here’s the full play:


Well done, gents. Well done.

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