The Minnesota Vikings had to wait a while to bust out a celebration, but when Case Keenum threw a touchdown to Kyle Rudolph they were ready.
Rudolph and the majority of the Vikings offense played a game of duck, duck, goose in the end zone.
Apparently, this game is called “duck, duck, gray duck” in Minnesota, which is something that I — not a Minnesotan — have never heard before.
A year ago, a lot of this celebration would have been illegal. Players couldn’t go to the ground and couldn’t choreograph with teammates in celebrations. Now it’s legal and that’s a good thing, because this is great.
Offensive linemen haven’t been involved in touchdown dances much, but this one got the whole team involved. That’s good stuff, Vikings.