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Pete Carroll climbs lockers after Seattle Seahawks win

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Alex Butler
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll celebrates with quarterback Russell Wilson after a 16-yard touchdown against the Baltimore Ravens during the second half of their NFL game at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland, December 13, 2015. Seattle won 35-6. Photo by David Tulis/UPI
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll celebrates with quarterback Russell Wilson after a 16-yard touchdown against the Baltimore Ravens during the second half of their NFL game at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland, December 13, 2015. Seattle won 35-6. Photo by David Tulis/UPI | License Photo

BALTIMORE, Dec. 14 (UPI) -- Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll was literally screaming from the rooftops following the teams 35-6 win Sunday over the Baltimore Ravens.

The 64-year-old coach climbed on top of the lockers at M&T Bank Stadium to address his team after the emotional victory.

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"It was just that moment of feeling really good, then all of a sudden, there I was," Carroll told the team's website.

"The locker room was divided so you couldn't see all the fellas," Carroll said.

Carroll even showed off his moonwalk skills during the stunt.

Appreciate ya Coach! 😂😂😂

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Since kicking off the season 2-4, Seattle [8-5] has won six of its last seven games.

Quarterback Russell Wilson has completed 89-of-118 passes for 1,171 yards, 16 touchdowns and zero interceptions during the Seahawks' four game winning streak.

Carroll owns a 58-35 record, including a 7-3 playoff record in Seattle.

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