Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence celebrates epic playoff win with trip to Waffle House

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How does a quarterback celebrate pulling off one of the biggest comebacks in NFL playoff history?

By going to Waffle House, apparently.

Trevor Lawrence showed up at a local Waffle House in the early hours of Sunday morning following the Jacksonville Jaguars' epic 31-30 wild card round win over the Los Angeles Chargers.

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The Jaguars signal caller was met with an ovation when he entered the restaurant.

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Fans on Twitter couldn't get enough of Lawrence's postgame Waffle House trip.

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Lawrence had quite the roller-coaster ride of a playoff debut. It started very ugly, with the former No. 1 pick throwing four interceptions as Jacksonville fell into a 27-0 second-quarter hole.

But Lawrence engineered an unbelievable turnaround, leading four consecutive touchdown drives before helping set up Riley Patterson's game-winning field goal. In the second half, he completed 18 of 23 passes for 211 yards and three touchdowns.

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Lawrence and Co. will face either the Kansas City Chiefs or Buffalo Bills in the divisional round.