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McKissic does successful Lambeau Leap after Seattle’s attempt denied

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Anything you can do, I can do better.

At least that’s what J.D. McKissic said during the first half of Washington’s Monday night matchup vs. the Seattle Seahawks.

Seahawks tight end Gerald Everett caught a touchdown pass from Russell Wilson late in the first quarter. As some players tend to do, Everett tried to do the ‘Lambeau Leap’ into the stands at FedEx Field. He was quickly rejected by a spry Washington fan. Take a look:

In the spirit of things, Washington running back McKissic did the same thing after scoring his go-ahead touchdown one quarter later. As expected, McKissick’s leap into the front row of the home crowd was much more well-received:

McKissic’s touchdown reception from Taylor Heinicke’s throw would put WFT up 9-7, but Joey Slye’s extra point attempt was blocked and returned by Seattle to tie the game up at nine apiece.

The second half rolled around, and of course it had to be McKissic who scored Washington's second touchdown of the day. And of course he just had to do a second Lambeau Landover Leap: