Fitzgerald Toussaint might’ve had to wait a little while to get into the end zone for the first time, but he made it count.

The former Michigan tailback plowed his way into the end zone for the first touchdown of the AFC divisional playoff game in Denver. He gave a tribute to Antonio Brown, who is out for the game because of a concussion he suffered last week, by emulating his signature touchdown dance.

You can hardly tell the difference:

Toussaint only got the start because Le’Veon Bell and D’Angelo Williams are both injured.

At the very least, he’s auditioning for some more carries in 2016…and maybe a spot on “Dancing with the Stars.”