Last week, everybody was talking about Dak Prescott’s unorthodox warmup routine.

It was something unlike what you see from most football players. The Dallas Cowboys quarterback — and former Mississippi State standout — simulated his pocket movement while pretending to hold a football. And instead of normal movement, he violently twisted his hips, which led to many pointing it out on social media:

Well, that wasn’t the end of Prescott’s routine for the Cowboys. In fact, this time it made it into a game. And it wasn’t because of the former Bulldog himself.

During Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions, Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott caught a touchdown pass from Prescott in the fourth quarter. And instead of a typical celebration routine, Elliott broke out the Dak dance:

Elliott and Prescott were having fun, and it led to success for Dallas. The Cowboys notched a 35-27 road win over the Lions to improve to 6-4 this season.