Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins was in a good mood Sunday afternoon, and deservedly so. He led his team to an upset overtime playoff win over the New Orleans Saints at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, during which he shed at least some of his previous reputation as someone who couldn't handle the big moments.

There was no bigger moment than his perfectly-placed 43-yard pass to receiver Adam Thielen on the opening possession in OT, which got the Vikings down to the Saints' 2-yard-line. His game-winning touchdown pass to tight end Kyle Rudolph -- albeit a controversial one -- wasn't too shabby either.

So, after making his way to the winning locker room following the Vikings' 26-20 wild-card game win, Cousins made sure to credit the teammates that were mobbing him before busting out his famous celebratory phrase.

"You like that?!"

Judging by the Vikings' raucous response, it seems pretty clear that, yes, they did like that performance.

For those unfamiliar with the reference, Cousins went viral following a regular-season game in 2015 after he had led Washington to a comeback win.

Cousins had been the target of considerable criticism throughout his tenure in Washington, and his emotional outburst coming off the field was a direct response to some of his perceived shortcomings.

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Minnesota's win in New Orleans on Sunday carried much higher stakes than that regular-season game in 2015, so it's fitting Cousins responded once again to his long-time doubters after the biggest win of his career.