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Seahawks escape old-fashioned New Edition dance moves for party in the end zone

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The Seahawks in Seattle have a lot of fun.

Coach Pete Carroll's team rides a five-game winning streak and sits on top of the NFC West and number 2 in the playoff rankings of the conference.

So why not celebrate a touchdown by breaking out a few old-fashioned New Edition dance moves in the end zone? That is exactly what David Moore did, together with fellow Seahawks receivers Tyler Lockett, D.K. Metcalf and Jaron Brown after scoring Monday night against the Minnesota Vikings.

The touchdown came on a 60-yard bomb from quarterback Russell Wilson who gave Seattle a 27-17 lead in the final seconds of the third quarter.

The celebration came directly from the music video for the 1988 hit of the new edition & # 39;If it's not love. ”Moore and the company checked the choreography, which was perfectly in sync with the original version.

"That was something we practiced," Moore said after the 37-30 victory of the Seahawks. "We love old-school, we just love to have fun and the new edition was the plan tonight."

Brown added: “We knew we had to hurry and do it very quickly because it would take a while. So we just hoped we didn't have to mention a timeout. "

Monday night was not the first time in Seattle & # 39; s boyouts relocations in the end zone. After a Brown touchdown during Seahawks' 32-28 win over the Cleveland Browns on October 13, the same quartet broke out a dance made famous by "N Sync in the video for their 2000 hit"Day day day. "

In case you need a refresher course, the new edition is the R&B / pop group that helped make Bobby Brown a star (he is the Bobby in the famous line "Ronnie, Bobby, Ricky and Mike" of their 1984 hit "Cool It Now"). Brown had left the New Edition and was replaced by Johnny Gill by the time "If It Is & # 39; t & # 39; t Love" was released during the group's New Jack Swing phase.

"We also like" Cool It Now ", but they didn't really dance there," Moore said.

Gill tweeted his appreciation for the Seahawks tribute later Monday night.

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