Happy Tuesday, everyone.
Starting today – and yes, every Tuesday throughout the fall – we are going to be highlighting some exciting touchdowns from the past week, including high schools and colleges. And yes, we will revisit some impressive scores from the National Football League (NFL), too.
So, let’s kick off our brand new Tuesday post by celebrating touchdowns – let’s go!
Touchdown Tuesday for September 15, 2020
Last night – Monday, September 14, to be exact – JuJu Smith-Schuster celebrated one of his two touchdowns of the season with the Pittsburgh Steelers by posting with these marvelous photos. Isn’t it great to score a touchdown?
Mood 🤩😊 pic.twitter.com/fK5OK0lBFr
— JuJu Smith-Schuster (@TeamJuJu) September 15, 2020
Let’s switch gears to the high school world where we saw this beautiful touchdown pass – wow, what a throw and catch!
— Cayden Davis (@cayden_davis12) September 14, 2020
What’s a great way to celebrate the first-ever Touchdown Tuesday post then sharing that first passing score of the 2020 season.
First Touchdown of the Season🏈 pic.twitter.com/RqecQs9nKu
— Jc💜🙏🏽 (@Jc18648830) September 14, 2020
Yes, we love watching the offense score touchdowns, but when we heard the McAdory High School defense scored three times, we needed to highlight them in this particular post. #JacketNation
Paul Bryant 20
— McAdory Football (@McAdoryFB) September 15, 2020
Griffin Hanson of the Mars Hill Bible School football team did an amazing job avoiding a sack before throwing a touchdown pass to Hunter Kilpatrick.
Mars Hill Bible’s FR QB @Griffinhanson6 avoids the sack & connects with SR @hunter_kp4 for the score. Nice move in the open field to get in the endzone! @DexPreps @AL_Recruiting@QBHitList @DfwSho @DrewD977ESPN @FoxSportsShoals @ODFBall @HSFBamerica @ChadSimmons_@JohnGarcia_Jr pic.twitter.com/3aUewjdIeC
— Coach Vick (@BrettVick) September 13, 2020
If you’re a fan of the Cincinnati Bengals then you will certainly enjoy watching this clip of Joe Burrow zigzagging his way to the end zone for his first-ever professional touchdown.
CALLED HIS OWN NUMBER FOR HIS FIRST CAREER TD!
— Cincinnati Bengals (@Bengals) September 13, 2020
If you’re a New England Patriots fan then you will certainly enjoy rewatching Cam Newton‘s first touchdown of the 2020 season. We know we enjoyed revisiting this awesome score!
— New England Patriots (@Patriots) September 13, 2020
And finally, how about celebrating that first touchdown pass of your senior year? Great throw, Dylan Fluellen!
— Dylan Fluellen (@DylanFluellen) September 15, 2020
Do you want your touchdown highlighted in our weekly ‘Touchdown Tuesday’ post? If so, tweet us your touchdowns so we can add them to future posts!