​He should probably wait for a bigger contract before he starts throwing his cash around. 

Terrelle Pryor has done a fantastic job of building a career for himself at the wide receiver spot. After starting his career as a quarterback for the Ohio State Buckeyes, many felt he'd never amount to anything after making the switch in the NFL. 

I guess proving them wrong deserves a little celebration, and this one is sick. 

Pryor scored his first touchdown of the season on Monday night by hauling in a 44-yard pass from Kirk Cousins. It was his first touchdown as a member of the Redskins, and it probably won't be his last. 

After signing a one-year deal with Washington this offseason, Pryor hasn't exactly been a dominant force for the Redskins. It's still very early in the season, though, and this is a great sign that he's becoming more comfortable in the offense. 

Hopefully he continues to improve, and has more sick touchdown dances waiting for us.