Look at Tamba Hali pick off Blaine Gabbert's pass, score a TD then dance

Tamba Hali had an interception returned for a touchdown in the Chiefs-Jaguars game. Read on for pictures and more on the pick-six.

When Tamba Hali is running touchdowns in for you, you know you're doing something right. That was the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 1 as they crushed the Jaguars, 28-2.

Arguably the best part of the game - -besides Justin Houston's three sacks, and the Chiefs six sacks as a team -- was Tamba Hali's pick-six.

This is how it went down:

1. Luke Joeckel, the No. 1 2 pick in the draft, tried a weak cut block on Tamba, who shut that down right away.

2. Blaine Gabbert was targeting his running back in the flat.

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3. Tamba, getting off of Joeckel's block quickly, jumped right in the air to snag the ball fairly easily.

4. Bad block by Joeckel and a bad pass by Blaine Gabbert.

5. Tamba then went dancing.

See a replay of it here. And check out the pictures of it above.

I can't write an entire post on Tamba dancing without linking to the greatest night of dancing ever from the Chiefs. Here she is, the 2012 Steelers game on Monday night.

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