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NFL fans largely expect players to keep up with touchdown celebrations

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SB Nation's focus group does not think that empty stadiums will dissuade players from celebrating scoring plays.

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There is still so much unknown surrounding the 2020 season. But assuming play does return on schedule, the Green Bay Packers' first two home games will take place without fans in attendance, and it seems likely that other stadiums will follow suit early on. If that is the case, fans hope at least a few gameday staples stay in place.

More than anything, fans hope their favorite teams keep them involved. When asked what gameday element they most want to see continue in 2020 nearly 40 percent of fans said they want the team to still do giveaways, according to the most recent SB Nation Reacts survey.

The survey also showed huge support behind the continuance of another fan favorite – touchdown celebrations.

Two-thirds of fans said they expect full touchdown celebrations this season, even if fans aren’t in attendance.

The Packers have come up with some creative celebrations in the past, from emulating bobsledding teams to Jamaal Williams' impressive dance moves. Of course, the most well-known touchdown celebration across the NFL is the Lambeau Leap, something that will be entirely nixed this season due to no fans being allowed in the first few rows of the seating bowl at any point.

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