Texans tight end pulls off a Lambeau Leap in Green Bay’s home

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Lambeau Field has long been known as one of the toughest places in the NFL for visiting teams – so much so that the Green Bay Packers’ home stadium even has an eponymous TD celebration.

The Lambeau Leap that ensues after so many Packers touchdowns involves a player scoring and then jumping into the stands to celebrate with the Green Bay faithful.

It’s not often that an opponent has enough supporters near the field to turn the tables, but Texans tight end Ryan Griffin found a cluster of Houston fans and made a safe landing after scoring on a 6-yard touchdown pass during Sunday’s third quarter.

Not a bad way to trash talk without saying a word.