The wait was worth it.
Trey Quinn's only been healthy for a few games this season, but in those few games, he's punctuated key plays with terrific celebrations. And those instances prompted a big question: What would he do once he got into the end zone?
Well, on Thursday in the Redskins-Cowboys Thanksgiving game, the world found out.
He didn't disappoint.
After making a very tough, leaping grab of a Colt McCoy pass in the third quarter, Quinn got up, made his way to the end line and paid tribute to The Office star Michael Scott by doing "The Scarn":
The Office fans will recognize Quinn's dance from Scott's passion project "Threat Level Midnight."
In what ended up being a disastrous quarter for the Redskins, watching the rookie do "The Scarn" was one thing to be thankful for.
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