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Tuesday Round-Up: Seahawks Receivers Having Fun Together With Touchdown Celebrations details what has gone into many of the touchdown celebrations Seahawks receivers have orchestrated this season.

Good afternoon, 12s.

Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today - Tuesday, December 18 - about your Seattle Seahawks:

Seahawks Having Fun With Touchdown Celebrations

Seahawks receivers have taken full advantage of the NFL's relaxed rules on touchdown celebrations this season, with the Seattle position group acting out scenes from movies, paying tribute to memorable moments in sports history, bringing back the dance to one of the 1990’s greatest one-hit wonders, and more.

Statistically speaking, no receiver corps has been more efficient this season than Seattle's. It has been racking up all those touchdowns despite only 202 targets, the fewest of any team's receivers, according to ESPN Stats & Information. For context, Pittsburgh's wideouts have scored 21 touchdowns on a league-high 383 targets. The Seahawks' receivers have the league's lowest drop rate at a hair over 1 percent. Lockett ranks third among receivers, with receptions on 83.6 percent of his targets, while Baldwin is 13th, at 73.2 percent.

It appears that the Seahawks' receivers are leading the league in fun, too.

"I like that I have teammates that are a lot of fun to play with and that we spend a lot of quality time off the field with, so our chemistry, our rapport, our relationships have been built off something greater than just football," Baldwin said. "So when we go out there, we're going to have fun together. That's what we do. We have fun together."

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