VIDEO: Tim Tebow, John Elway Celebrate After Broncos Win

The scene in the Denver Broncos' locker room following Sunday's NFL playoff win over the Pittsburgh Steelers was about what you'd expect. Players were happy and hugging, team executives were grinning ear-to-ear and head coach John Fox preached "nobody thought we could do this" in the postgame speech.

In the midst of all the hustle and bustle was Tim Tebow, high-fiving and hugging everyone in sight. Demaryius Thomas, the man who caught the game-winning touchdown pass on the first play of the overtime period, was feeling the love, and John Elway even got in on the fun.

After the jump, Tebow and Elway lock eyes and high-five like giddy school children.

Note the preview image:

Man, those two don't seem like they get along at all. Sure looks like Elway is ready to ship Tebow off!

But seriously, there's nothing cooler than the scene in a locker room following a big, emotional win. And for the Broncos, it doesn't get much bigger than Sunday.

SB Nation has your Wild Card weekend recap and the updated 2012 NFL playoffs schedule. Check out Mile High Report for the latest on the Broncos.

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