Hilarious: John Harbaugh dancing is "the best thing you will watch today"

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The Ravens beat the Dolphins last Sunday. Lamar Jackson threw five touchdown passes. Tyler Huntley connected for another one. Gus Edwards and Melvin Gordon rushed the ball inside the end zone. All of that was great, but the best moment came after the final whistle.

Nobody expected it, but cameras captured John Harbaugh pulling off the fancy dance moves inside the Ravens locker room in a clear case of "immaculate vibes" incarnated. Watch for yourself, courtesy of Ari Meirov and the Ravens PR team itself.

This victory was more than just another win for Baltimore as it secured a first-round bye and home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs for the Flock. So great was the win that Harbaugh just couldn't contain his emotions.

This win marked Harbaugh’s 160th victory as head coach of the Ravens, which has been more than 15 years in the making after Harbaugh arrived in MD back in 2008.

It's also the win that clinched the No. 1 seed for the Ravens for the first time since 2019, and the 11th time in 16 seasons as the HC of Baltimore in which the franchise has made the postseason.

The moment we were all waiting for, however, arrived on Monday's presser when Harbaugh finally took the mic to explain his sublime dance moves.

"While I was dancing, I thought it was pretty darn good. I thought I was impressive. I thought I was smooth, rolling," he started. "Then my daughter showed it to me later on tape. The tape doesn’t lie! I was a little bit disappointed in the performance."

The dance was neat and in all honesty, I don't think I could have personally bested it myself.

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The good thing for Harbaugh and his daughter is that he won't need to dance for at least two-and-a-half weeks as the Ravens already did what they must to get into the playoffs and go on a bye week in the first round, not having to play a "real" game until Jan. 20 at the earliest as the matchup against the Steelers next Saturday has no meaning.

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