Josh Allen’s New Touchdown Celebration Making Bills Fans Laugh [VIDEO]
One of the biggest reasons fans love this current Buffalo Bills team is because of how fun they are off the football field. Even when they fool around at practice, which is fairly often.
Last week, fans saw Pro Bowl Tre'Davious White and fellow cornerback Levi Wallace try their hands at quarterback. This week, the Bills actual starting quarterback tried out a new celebration.
Josh Allen was captured on video by the Buffalo Bills social media crew trying out what could bee a new celebration. I'm not entirely sure if Bills fans would enjoying seeing Josh try it out in an actual game. It sure is funny, though.
Check it out below.
I love Mitch Trubisky laughing as he walks away. Josh sells it too -- he stays down and doesn't move through the very end.
Allen scores enough touchdowns to create some pretty creative touchdown celebrations. Maybe a collaboration with Diggs? I'm sure they have some ideas stored away for a rainy day.
The Bills next play the Houston Texans. Kickoff is at 1 pm at Highmark Stadium this Sunday.
The Bills are fairly healthy, although they are dealing with a few injuries.
Safety Jordan Poyer did not practice on Wednesday with an ankle injury. Offensive lineman Jon Feliciano, safety Micah Hyde and cornerback Taron Johnson were all limited at practice.
With Poyer not practicing on Wednesday, he might be the only player in doubt to play on Sunday.