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John Harbaugh Shows Off Hilarious Dance Moves After Playoff Win

John Harbaugh was feeling himself on Saturday, dancing his way into going viral.

The Baltimore Ravens ended the 2023-24 NFL regular season with a 13-4 record and the No. 1 seed in the AFC. And after beating the Houston Texans 34-10 in Saturday's divisional round of the postseason, head coach John Harbaugh couldn't contain his excitement.

Appearing on a segment of SportsCenter with Scott Van Pelt, Harbaugh busted out some dance moves.

Fans on X had their own opinions of his dancing.

"Busted out the Jeff Hardy," one user said, comparing Harbaugh's moves to former WWF/WWE wrestler Jeff Hardy.

"The way they treated Lamar before the season he don't deserve to be dancing," someone else said.

"this is the most like Jim Harbaugh I've ever seen John Harbaugh act," someone said.

"He just emphasized in his press conference that he wasn't the only one dancing, but good luck with that,"'s Judy Battista said.

"Harbaughs are football AI robots trying as hard as they can to act like humans. These guys don't know how to act off a football field," another fan said, likening Jim and John Harbaugh to robots.

The Ravens went into halftime tied with the Texans 10-10 after Texans punt returner Steven Sims took one to the house to tie it up.

In the second half, the Ravens scored 24 points, and the Texans scored exactly zero. Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson had 100 rushing yards, two passing touchdowns and two rushing touchdowns.

They'll stay home at M&T Bank Stadium for the AFC championship game to take on Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs. At numerous online sportsbooks, the Ravens are fluctuating being between 3-point and 3.5-point favorites. Still, they must get past Mahomes, who's been a starter for six seasons and has made it to this point in the postseason in all six of those seasons.

We can only wonder what the dance moves will look like if the Ravens reach the Super Bowl.

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