New York Giants players and former New Orleans high school football standouts Eli Manning and Odell Beckham Jr. have already started training for all the touchdown celebrations they'll hopefully be doing in the 2018 NFL season.
And if the NFL's own commercial aired during Super Bowl LII Sunday is any indication of what's in store, fans will be in for a treat.
The two Isidore Newman alumni started the commercial out running a practice route ending in Beckham finding the endzone. Then, things got epic.
The duo recreated the iconic dance scene between the late Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey from the 1987 film "Dirty Dancing," complete with Manning showing off some fancy footwork and Beckham gracefully charging toward Manning, who lifted him in the air.
Landon Collins, a New York Giants player and alumnus of Alabama and Duchtown, made a cameo in the commercial telling a Giants coach to just let Beckham and Manning dance.
The ad ended with the tagline "To all the touchdowns to come."
Watch the ad below.
For thirty teams, Super Bowl isn’t the end of the season – it’s the start of next season. Watch Eli, @OBJ_3, @TheHumble_21 and the @Giants O-line put in the work in our #SBLII commercial. pic.twitter.com/QP6UducMYa— NFL (@NFL) February 5, 2018