Detroit Lions locker room celebration videos have always been fun after wins, but this one may top all of the others combined. After the Lions completed a miraculous comeback against the Chicago Bears—scoring 17 points in the final three minutes of the game—coach Dan Campbell entered the room and just let out an absolutely primal scream.
Campbell has the Lions 8-2—their best record to start the season in 61 years. After the game, he praised the team’s incredible resilience, never flinching despite the Bears going up 26-14 with 4:15 left in the game.
“Nobody got frazzled, we knew if we could just get the ball back in our court, we get a stop, score, we could get some momentum back, but man that’s what I was proud of,” Campbell said to the media. “Pressure went up, my heart rate leveled out like we talk about, so it’s a great job by a number of guys. Really the whole team had a part in that. So, listen, it’s a great win.”
The team’s full post-game celebration is below:
“They freakin’ came out, and they fought us, but we [expletive] fought harder,” Campbell told the team.
Campbell then presented the game ball to Aidan Hutchinson for his game-sealing strip/sack/safety.
“I’m really excited about this year,” Hutchinson said to the room. “I think we’re going to do some special [expletive], especially with the adversity we just dealt with.”