Seahawks Touchdown Celebration Sees Doug Baldwin Charge Mound at Tyler Lockett

Getty The Seattle Seahawks used a baseball-themed celebration after an Ed Dickson touchdown.

After another Seattle Seahawks touchdown, Doug Baldwin and Tyler Lockett graced fans with a baseball-themed touchdown celebration in the midst of the World Series: Lockett pretended to drill Baldwin, who proceeded to charge the mound.

The celebration came after Russell Wilson found tight end Ed Dickson, making his Seahawks debut, for a 12-yard touchdown late in the first half; kicker Sebastian Janikowski’s extra point made it 21-7. It was the team’s third touchdown of the second quarter after being outscored 7-0 in the first.

Lockett’s ‘Drumline’ Celebration

This is not Lockett’s first elaborate celebration of the season. In Week 6, he and his fellow Seahawks receivers re-created a fight scene from the Nick Cannon movie “Drumline.”

“Oh yeah having a great time,” Lockett said after the win over the Oakland Raiders, per 247Sports. “When [Jaron Brown] scored we did the little ‘Drumline’ celebration. ‘Drumline’ was a movie that was a looooooong time ago. And the guy ended up playing and I was Nick Cannon. I was Nick Cannon and I believe Nick Cannon started playing on the other dude’s drums; so I was playing on Doug’s drum. And that’s when the dude got mad and hit him. So Doug faked punch me and I kind of fell out; so it was just things like that that we think of during practice to try to just have fun with it whenever we score.”

Seahawks Dismantle the Lions 28-14

Seattle ran all over Detroit on Sunday, amassing 176 yards on the ground on 42 carries. Chris Carson rushed 25 times for 105 yards and the team’s final touchdown of the day. He also hauled in two passes for 19 yards through the air.

Wilson was nearly perfect, connecting on 14 of his 17 passes for 248 yards, three touchdowns, and no picks.

Detroit couldn’t get anything going on the ground, gaining 34 yards on 13 carries. Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford went 27-of-40 for 310 yards, two touchdowns, and a score.