Seattle Seahawks fans didn’t have much to smile about after seeing their team lose to the Carolina Panthers Sunday.
But a five-year-old fan did have a grin with a gap after his own personal loss during halftime of the National Football League play-off game. He lost a tooth.
Leo Deveraux’s loose tooth had been bothering him while watching the game on television at home.
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During the break, his dad tied one end of a string to Leo’s tooth and the other end around a football. Dad then crossed the room and told him to make a pass just like his hero quarterback, Russell Wilson.
“To to add some excitement to a tough first half, Seahawks vs. Panthers, we decided to do a tooth extraction,” dad Jim Deveraux wrote on his Facebook page, calling it “12th Man Dentistry.”
The play worked — yanking Leo’s tooth out and sending it for a one or two-yard gain.
His mom called it “the best play of the whole game” and Seahawks fans, reflecting on their season-ending, seven-point loss, might just have to agree.
(WATCH the video below from Jim Deveraux’s Facebook page)
To to add some excitement to a tough first half, Seahawks vs. Panthers, we decided to do a tooth extraction- 12th Man Dentistry, Russell Wilson style.Posted by Jim Devereaux on Sunday, January 17, 2016
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