The Seattle Seahawks, as of this post, are down 20-18 to the Cleveland Browns at halftime.
They managed to lower the deficit with a two-minute drive in the final seconds of the first half, which ended with a 17-yard touchdown pass from Russell Wilson to Jaron Brown.
Brown and the rest of Seattle’s receiving corps, including Tyler Lockett, DK Metcalf and David Moore, had their first viral touchdown celebration of the year shortly after, as they lined up and performed the iconic dance moves from NSYNC’s 2000 hit song, Bye Bye Bye.
The Seahawks were known for their choreographed touchdown celebrations last year, which included a baseball themed celebration, the group doing the double dutch, and Lockett imitating Allen Iverson’s iconic stepover.
The touchdown was Wilson’s 13th of the year. His 13 touchdowns without an interception leads the league and gets him closer to Peyton Manning’s NFL record of 20 touchdowns before throwing an interception.