Chiefs' Eric Fisher celebrates touchdown with beer like WWE legend Stone Cold Steve Austin

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Kansas City Chiefs' win against the Houston Texans might be the craziest playoff win in recent NFL history, and it also received some crazy celebrations.

The Chiefs came from behind to win 51-31 in their divisional round game against the Texans, overcoming an early deficit with 41 unanswered points.

The Texans initially had a 24 point lead in this game during the second quarter, so with their win, the Chiefs became the first team in NFL history to win a playoff game by at least 20 points after trailing by at least 20.

They also matched the fourth-biggest comeback in playoff history, and they also ran out of fireworks at the stadium after scoring seven touchdowns in total.

Nevertheless, one Kansas City player still knew how to celebrate in style after his team had scored a touchdown.

Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahones hit tight end Blake Bell for his fifth touchdown pass on the day to put the Chiefs up by 17.

Bell ran for the fans at the back of the endzone to do some celebrating and he was joined by a few other players, including tackle Eric Fisher

Fisher celebrated the touchdown by smashing two fan's beer cans together in the air and covering himself with beer, channeling WWE legend, Stone Cold Steve Austin.

CBS commentator Tony Romo even did a breakdown of the celebration for the fans watching the extraordinary playoff game at home.

Austin himself must have been watching the game, as he quickly released an edited version of Fisher's touchdown celebration complete with The Texas Rattlesnake's theme music.

The party likely continued well into the night in Kansas City after what was an incredible comeback from an early deficit.

Mahomes finished the game with five touchdown passes, completing 23-of-35 passes for 321 yards. Travis Kelce and Damien Williams scored three touchdowns apiece.

Divisional Round - Houston Texans v Kansas City Chiefs

Mahomes' 321 yards passing meant he became the first player in postseason history with at least 300 yards passing and five touchdowns while running for at least 50 more yards.

The Chiefs will now host the sixth-seeded Titans in next week’s AFC Championship Game to decide who will play in the Super Bowl on February 2.

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