The Seattle Seahawks advanced to their second straight Super Bowl with an unprecedented come-from-behind victory over the Green Bay Packers in the 2015 NFC Championship Game.
After the game, Seahawks players exhibited a variety of emotions.
Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson—who threw the game-winning touchdown pass in overtime—broke down crying during an emotional postgame interview.
Meanwhile, Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett took a victory lap on a police bike.
Update from Monday, Jan. 19
Bennett explained why he took a joy ride on the police bike, per The Seattle Times' Larry Stone:
Bennett talked about the experience some more, per the team's official website:
I took it from the cop and just rode it around the stadium. I bike all the time. I'm a real biker. I've got three bikes at my house, so I was just having fun.
Best bike ride I've ever had.
The Seattle Police Department just wants Bennett to return the bike at some point:
If the Seahawks win the Super Bowl, maybe they will let him ride the bike in the victory parade. Or maybe they will just give him the bike.
[h/t SB Nation]
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