Seahawks Make Strong Case For Celebration Of The Year With Team Touchdown Dance
The Seattle Seahawks (4-4) had a good amount of fun on Sunday due to a few creative touchdown celebrations, but they didn’t get enough chances to visit the end zone and dance their way to a win over the Los Angeles Chargers (6-2).
Despite the untimely loss, the Hawks made the most of their first trip to the end zone, capping off a score by receiver Jaron Brown with a coordinated number, channeling the “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy” scene from The Nutcracker. The score, a ten-yard dart from quarterback Russell Wilson, put the Hawks up first at home over the Chargers.
.@jaronbrown13 On The Scene!
— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) November 4, 2018
— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) October 28, 2018
he Seahawks are winners of four of their past five games, and a hiccup against the rolling Chargers can be made up for next week when Seattle takes on its biggest challenge of the season in Los Angeles against the Rams.
Le’Veon Bell and several other NFL players have famously been penalized in recent years for excessive celebration.