This Seattles Seahawks locker room celebration is all of us at the end of the working week

The Seattle Seahawks certainly know how to celebrate in style, after a 24-3 victory over the Los Angeles Rams helped them clinch the National Football Conference West division.

The victory marks the fifth season in a row that the Seahawks will take part in the NFL post-season, and here’s how they celebrated such good news in the dressing room.

Not dissimilar to us leaving the office on a Friday to be honest.

The three dancing gents in question are Alex Collins, Thomas Rawls and Kam Chancellor, and with a record of 9-4-1 it’s no wonder they’re in the mood to boogie.

Fans weren’t entirely happy however – that Hulk-green kit is quite something isn’t it?

You can’t please everyone.

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