The Wall Street Journal analyzed 1,150 touchdown celebrations from 2013, and then broke them down categorically.
According to the WSJ, the jump and bump is the top celebration in the league, performed by 11.3% of players who scored. Discounting signature moves, the next popular celebration was dancing, at 9.3%. However, dancers tend to be the players that don’t often score a lot. Of the players who danced after a touchdown in 2013, 60% had 10 or fewer career touchdowns.
For more statistics about player celebrations, check out the video below.