• Watson's slight came when Chiefs defensive end Tanoh Kpassagnon got in the quarterback's face with time winding down in the second quarter.
  • Despite being heavy underdogs heading into Sunday's contest, Watson and company surged to a 21-0 lead in the first quarter in Kansas City before Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs offense began a huge comeback.
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Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans may have been trailing in their Divisional Round matchup of the NFL playoffs, but the two-time Pro Bowl quarterback wasn't entertaining any trash talk from the Kansas City Chiefs.

With the Texans trailing by four and 11 seconds remaining in the second quarter of Sunday's contest, Watson lifted himself off the turf and Chiefs defensive end Tanoh Kpassagnon immediately got in his face to talk some smack.

Watson cocked his head to the side, lifted his eyebrows, and appears to have asked "Who?" as referees intervened.

Then, as Kpassagnon walked away, Watson pointed, looked towards the Kansas City bench, and smiled as he appeared to ask "Who's that?!"

Check out a video of the interaction below:

Watson led the Texans to an impressive 22-19 overtime victory against the Buffalo Bills in last weekend's Wild Card game. And despite being heavy underdogs heading into Sunday's contest, Watson and company surged to a 21-0 lead in the first quarter in Kansas City before Patrick Mahomes and the electric Chiefs offense began to surge back in the second.

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