How you celebrate should be in keeping with what you're celebrating; that's why we invented the golf clap. Naturally football has its own rituals, like slapping your friend's exposed beer belly, chanting nonsense, and climbing your city's lampposts like a gorilla exposed to nuclear radiation.
At least that's what they do in Philly. In preparation for Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the Minnesota Vikings, the city has sent out workers to grease its lampposts with Crisco. The crews are calling themselves the Crisco Cops, and they're taking a stand against human beings inexplicably wriggling their way up public light fixtures -- which is to say, they're heroes.
Generally, city-wide ecstatic freakouts are reserved for league championships like the Superbowl, not conference championships like the NFC Championship, but Philly is a special place and who's to say they shouldn't take their victories seriously.