Seahawks get creative with baseball themed touchdown celebration
The Seattle Seahawks are having their way with the Detroit Lions on Sunday, especially when it comes to touchdowns celebrations.
After quarterback Russell Wilson threw a 12-yard touchdown pass to tight end Ed Dickson in the third quarter, Dickson paid homage to the sport of baseball with wide receiver Tyler Lockett.
— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) October 28, 2018
Dickson pretended he was a batter and got plunked by a pitch — the football — from Lockett, who played the role of pitcher.
Dickson then rushed Lockett like he was going to fight him and Lockett hit Dickson with an arm bar, knocking him to the ground.
It was one of the more creative and fun celebrations so far in the NFL this season.
Sunday could be the final day of baseball until the spring with the Red Sox a win away from clinching the World Series.
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