EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. - The NFL's relaxation of the celebration rule is leading to some extremely entertaining post touchdown demonstrations, and the Vikings are at or near the top of the list.
Wideout Adam Thielen had a huge game in helping the Vikings shut down Washington 38-30 Sunday, with eight catches for 166 yards and a touchdown. But what many will remember more than his stats was the genius post-touchdown celebration, which featured Thielen and a handful of his offensive mates engaging in a super-sized game of leapfrog.
Leaping over Washington with the TD! pic.twitter.com/QoN8A6oTlM— Minnesota Vikings (@Vikings) November 12, 2017
The leapfrog demo comes just weeks after tight end Kyle Rudolph organized a game of Duck Duck Gray Duck (or if you're not from MN, Duck Duck Goose) that had America guffawing. Both were seeped in awesomeness, but pose a question that looms for the rest of the season.
What kid's game is next to get the touchdown treatment?