WATCH: Spanish announcer’s call of Jets’ game-winning TD is amazing

The only thing that made the Jets' game-winning touchdown better is this Spanish call.
Jeff Zelevansky

The New York Jets got their biggest win of the season on Sunday, topping the New England Patriots in overtime. The victory put the Jets in prime position for a playoff spot, with a win in Week 17 getting them into the 12-team dance.

A big reason why the Jets were able to come away with the win is because of the stellar play of Ryan Fitzpatrick — specifically on the final play of the game. Fitzpatrick found his favorite red zone target, Eric Decker, in the back of the end zone for the walk-off touchdown. MetLife Stadium erupted as expected, sending Jets fans into a frenzy.

The touchdown also made this Spanish announcer go wild with excitement as he called the game-winner. Here's the Fitzpatrick-to-Decker score in Spanish, because it's just that much better.

This isn't the first time we've been treated to exciting calls in foreign languages. A Portuguese announcer put his spin in Arizona Cardinals running back David Johnson's touchdown. The Panthers also had their game-winning field goal called in Spanish, too.

Our ESPN Deportes (US) radio announcers had a pretty epic call of our game-winning TD on Sunday.

Posted by New York Jets on Monday, December 28, 2015

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