Minnesota Vikings play leapfrog in hilarious touchdown celebration

The Minnesota Vikings are currently the team to watch -- if what you want to watch is grown men playing children's games on a football field. 

The Vikings are capitalizing on the NFL's relaxed touchdown celebration rules this season. Earlier this year, tight end Kyle Rudolph and his teammates staged a game of 'duck, duck, goose' after a score against the Bears, but they may have outdone themselves on Sunday. 

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After a touchdown by Adam Thielen against Washington in Week 10, the Vikings dropped to the ground for a round of leapfrog in the end zone. 

The hilarious celebration instantly jumped to the top of this season's touchdown celebrations, which also include a round of hide-and-seek by the Steelers and a few games of baseball from the Eagles. 

You can see more of the year's best celebrations below: 

The best touchdown celebrations of the 2017 NFL season
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The best touchdown celebrations of the 2017 NFL season

Kyle Rudolph #82 of the Minnesota Vikings celebrates a touchdown by playing a game of "duck duck goose" with teammates. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

Le'Veon Bell of the Pittsburgh Steelers shows that he does, indeed, lift, bro. 
Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce held a potato sack race to celebrate a touchdown. 
Score a touchdown, then take a seat in the stands. Not bad, Robby Anderson. 
Devonta Freeman dabbled in a different sport after one TD. 
JuJu Smith-Schuster had his bike stolen. Here he is celebrating a 97-yard touchdown by locking up his bike. 
JuJu Smith-Schuster #19 of the Pittsburgh Steelers celebrates a 31-yard touchdown reception by playing hide and seek with Antonio Brown #84 and other teammates. (Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images)
Sometimes the Eagles' baseball celebration doesn't go quite as planned ...
May Rock 'Em Sock 'Em robots never die. 

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