In the American Football Conference (AFC) divisional match against the Houston Texans, the Baltimore Ravens displayed an outstanding performance, controlling the second half of the contest. John Harbaugh’s movements after Ravens beat Texans. However, following a 34-10 victory celebration that engulfed the Texans, John Harbaugh, the head coach of the Baltimore Ravens, continued the jubilation in the locker room by demonstrating some impressive dance moves in honour of the team’s triumph.
John Harbaugh’s movements after Ravens beat Texans
His celebration was well-deserved, as he had guided the team to an absolute destruction of their opponent. Yahoo Sports reported that this was not the first time Harbaugh, 61, had danced in the locker room.
A week later, following the Ravens’ Week 17 victory over the Miami Dolphins, he delivered a similarly dominant performance that solidified the team’s No. 1 seed in the AFC. The Ravens had not advanced to the AFC championship game since 2013. During which they suffered a decline under Joe Flacco and endured a series of difficulties under Jackson due to injuries or underperformance. Therefore, Harbaugh’s victory was a momentous occasion.
The Ravens’ performance during the regular season has been consistent, in contrast to their postseason exit in 2019-20.
Seeing how the Ravens will be hosting the AFC championship game for the first time in franchise history, it will be intriguing to observe Harbaugh’s playbook should they emerge victorious.