"I could only imagine if I was the one to do it."
Odell Beckham Jr. knows the NFL's policy on TD celebrations better than anyone in the league. He was fined earlier in the season for his celebration against the Cowboys but for the most part he has perfected the art of dancing after a touchdown without being penalized.
According to ESPN's Darren Rovell, Elliott's excessive celebration could've cost him a little over $12,000 but he's still going to donate that money to the Salvation Army anyway. He managed to raise awareness for a worthy organization, didn't get fined, and the Salvation Army received a spike in donations as a result.
Salvation Army says it raised $182,000 (+61%) though online donations in first 14 hours after Ezekiel Elliott's TD red kettle jump.— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) December 19, 2016
In other words, everyone wins.
Except for OBJ, who thinks things would've played out differently if he was the one jumping into jumbo-sized kettles.