It was the touchdown celebration looped across social media.
Up already 38-10 late in the fourth quarter against the Indianapolis Colts, Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown returned a 71-yard punt for a touchdown and celebrated by doing.....this:
The Internet's reactions did not disappoint:
Antonio Brown's TD celebration, Super Mario style! pic.twitter.com/CbYX6rqjff— Sideline Blues (@SidelineBlues) December 7, 2015
Antonio Brown is just a big ol teddy bear of a Notebook fan, y'all pic.twitter.com/w782oFl8WI— Eric Kay (@ekaycbs) December 7, 2015
"I wanted to stick right to it!" was his explanation at the end of the game. Luckily, Brown finished the game intact (because that's what Steelers fans need right now, another injured player), but it did get us thinking here on the Web Desk about other celebrations that, well, didn't end as well.....
Detroit Lions linebacker Stephen Tulloch, 2014:
Arizona Cardinals kicker Bill Gramatica, 2001:
Here is the famous ACL tear from kicker Bill Gramatica who tore his knee in celebration after kicking a field goal https://t.co/fT7gEIn4M8— Jim Jax Sports/News (@JimJaxMedia) October 26, 2014
Washington Redskins quarterback Gus Frerotte, 2001:
Odell Beckham's hamstring-pull TD dance is dumbest injury since Gus Frerotte's TD head-butt put him in the hospital http://t.co/nmkRW4ynOM— Don Van Natta Jr. (@DVNJr) October 12, 2015
Chicago Bears defensive end Lamarr Houston, 2014:
Lamarr Houston unapologetic after infamous injury http://t.co/NQm9aQyhhd— Patrick Claybon (@PatrickClaybon) July 20, 2015