Harbaugh has previously showcased his impressive moves after a win against Miami Dolphins
Baltimore Ravens showed an impressive performance against the Houston Texans during the American Football Conference (AFC) divisional game, dominating an entire half of the match.
However, after dancing all over the Texans with a 34-10 win, the Ravens head coach, John Harbaugh, continued the dance in the locker room breaking out some impressive dance moves to celebrate the team’s victory.
It was a well-deserved celebration after leading the team to a complete dismantling of their opponent. Interestingly, this wasn’t the first time Harbaugh, 61, had danced in the locker room, Yahoo Sports reported.
He also did the same after the Ravens’ Week 17 win against the Miami Dolphins, another dominant performance that secured the No 1 seed in the AFC.
The Ravens’ win was a significant moment for Harbaugh, as they had not reached the AFC championship game since 2013, following a decline under Joe Flacco and repeated struggles with Jackson due to injuries or underperformance.
The Ravens have shown consistent performance in the regular season, unlike their 2019-20 season where they fell in the playoffs.
The Ravens are set to host the AFC championship game for the first time in franchise history, and let’s see what moves Harbaugh breaks out if the Ravens win that game.