Inside the Lions’ wild locker room celebrations as Aidan Hutchinson busts out the dance moves and Amon-Ra St. Brown mocks the Vikings after Detroit wins first division title since 1993
- The Lions won their first division title in three decades on Sunday
- Amon-Ra St. Brown sang Lil Yachty's “Minnesota” after beating the Vikings
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With their 30-24 win over the Vikings on Sunday, the Lions clinched their first division title since 1993, and Detroit's players rightfully went wild after the big win.
The Lions moved to 11-4 with the win as they defeated their NFC North rivals.
And back in the (visiting) dressing room the players celebrated their achievement while defensive end Aidan Hutchinson busted out some dance moves.
Meanwhile, wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown mocked the Vikings as he recorded himself singing Lil Yachty's “Minnesota” with his teammates.
The impressive St. Brown had 12 catches for 106 yards and a touchdown in the game.
Aidan Hutchinson showed off some dance moves after the Lions won the division
And Amon-Ra St. Brown appeared to mock the Vikings while singing Lil Yachty's 'Minnesota'
There were also some memorable scenes on the field right after the win, when offensive lineman Taylor Decker appeared to cry while being comforted by quarterback Jared Goff.
Decker has spent his entire eight-year career with the team and has only made the playoffs once before.
Goff threw for 257 yards and a touchdown in the attempt.
Rookie running back Jahmyr Gibbs had 80 yards and two touchdowns on the ground.
Taylor Decker was comforted by Jared Goff as he appeared to become emotional after the win
Goff passed for 257 yards and a touchdown in the 30-24 win to secure the NFC North
This is the first time the Lions have won the NFC North, as the division was only created in 2002.
Detroit's last division crown came in the NFC Central.
The Lions are currently second in the NFC behind the 11-3 49ers, who will face the Ravens on Monday night.
Detroit will once again face the Cowboys and Vikings as it tries to secure the conference's No. 1 seed and a first-round bye.