Amon-Ra St. Brown and Equanimeous St. Brown score touchdowns two minutes apart

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Two of the most delightfully-named players in the NFL today are Detroit Lions receiver Amon-Ra Julian Heru J. St. Brown, and Chicago Bears receiver Equanimeous Tristan Imhotep J. St. Brown. The two are brothers, as you might expect, and their father, John St. Brown, is a bodybuilder and two-time Mr. Universe who trains both of his sons.

The elder St. Brown, who was seen in “Hard Knocks” this preseason wearing a split Lions-Bears jersey, must be proud of his kids today, as the NFL St. Browns scored touchdowns for their respective teams about two actual (not game clock) minutes apart.

Amon-Ra’s touchdown came against the Philadelphia Eagles with 4:13 left in the third quarter…

…and Equanimeous’ happened soon after, against the San Francisco 49ers.

Is this the year that the St. Browns take over the NFL? Amon-Ra was one of the NFL’s most productive receivers in the second half of his rookie season, so you just never know. And perhaps those split jerseys will become must-wear apparel for NFL fans.

Story originally appeared on Touchdown Wire