The Cleveland Browns don’t often have reason to dance, so when they do, they don’t let the opportunity slip away.

The Browns pulled off a historic comeback Sunday afternoon, storming back from being down 28-3 in the second quarter to defeat the Tennessee Titans 29-28. Leading the charge of the largest road comeback in NFL history and the biggest team comeback in NFL history was quarterback Brian Hoyer, whose two fourth-quarter touchdowns sealed the Browns’ unbelievable victory.

Hoyer was clearly feeling it out on the gridiron, but he was also feeling it in the locker room after the game. The quarterback celebrated the big win by showing off some of his stellar — OK, that’s a generous adjective — dance moves.

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