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Seahawks’ Russell Wilson hits Jaron Brown for 17-yard TD vs. Browns

Russell Wilson, Jaron Brown, Seahawks, Browns

Thanks to a Jaron Brown toe tap, the Seattle Seahawks are within two points of the Browns at halftime in Cleveland. Quarterback Russell Wilson was able to stay in the pocket long enough to find Brown in the end zone.

While Brown’s footwork to get his feet in bounds before falling out is impressive, but his celebration might have outshined his score as he brought back the early 2000’s NSYNC Bye Bye Bye dance.

Give Wilson credit as well for being able to take that massive hit in order to have enough time for the play to open up that gave Brown the chance to celebrate in the end zone. As the Seahawks look to continue their early-season roll, they might need to see more of Brown in the end zone to pull out this road win.

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