Down less than a touchdown with under two minutes remaining? That's more than enough for Russell Wilson.
The MVP front-runner led a game-winning drive against the Minnesota Vikings for a come-from-behind 27-26 victory on Sunday Night Football.
On fourth-and-goal from the six-yard line, Wilson found DK Metcalf for a game-winning touchdown with 15 seconds left to cap a 13 play, 94-yard drive.
The drive took 1:42 off the clock.
Twitter celebrated accordingly.
To get Wilson the ball back, the Seahawks defense came up with a stop on fourth-and-inches on the Seattle six-yard line.
Then on fourth-and-10, Wilson's offensive line held up against a classic Mike Zimmer blitz package for Wilson to find DK Metcalf for a deep, fourth-down conversion.
Metcalf later had a potential game-winning touchdown catch on second-and-goal but Mike Hughes knocked the ball out at the last moment.
Metcalf would redeem himself with the game-winner shortly after.