The Seattle Seahawks’ touchdown celebration game ain’t no lie.
Just before halftime between the Seahawks and Cleveland Browns game on Sunday, Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson connected with Jaron Brown for a touchdown to pull the team to within two points.
But it was the choreographed celebration that ensued which was more impressive.
Brown was joined by fellow receivers David Moore, D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett and foursome perfectly executed the dance moves to NSYNC’s “Bye, Bye, Bye” as part of the touchdown celebration.
While the celebration drew praise from fans on social media, some suggested it was a bit premature to do a dance called “Bye, Bye, Bye” while the Seahawks were still trailing in the game.
They failed to convert the two-point conversion to tie the game on the next play, and the Browns entered the half with a 20-18 lead.
It may have been more fitting to do it on a go-ahead touchdown, or with a big lead in order to actually say "goodbye" to the opposing team.
Regardless, it is tough to find any touchdown celebration better than that so far this season, and the standard has now been set for the rest of the league when it comes to group celebrations.