There have been a lot of Saints touchdowns at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome this season, meaning a lot of chances for players to end up in the first row. 

Alvin Kamara, Ted Ginn Jr. and Mark Ingram have take their touchdown celebrations into the stands this season, which fans refer to as  the 'Fleur-de-Leap.' 

The Saints recently shared a video of five Saints fans recounting their experiences with players taking their celebration to the end zone seats. 

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"When I realized that Alvin Kamara was coming in the stands, I was like 'woo, hello baby!," said a fan identified as Renee. "I held him and I just started patting him, and I just couldn't believe that he was in the stands with me ... 'Thank you, thank you, thank you,' is what I said." 

One fan, identified as Todd from Baton Rouge, explained that he was struggling with a cancer diagnosis and needed a 'pick-me-up.' After an Ingram touchdown earlier this season, he said he got just that. 

"We were yelling his name and all of a sudden he looked up and pointed at us, and I'm like 'Oh my God, he's coming," he said. "And sure enough he ran there. It was just so surreal. It meant the world to me to be able to be there and have that experience. It's something that I'll never forget about for the rest of my life." 

The Saints clinched a playoff berth with a Week 16 victory over the Atlanta Falcons — their first since 2013— and clinched the NFC South title this past weekend despite a last-second loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 

New Orleans hosts Carolina during the Wild Card Round of the playoffs at 3:40 p.m. Sunday.