CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens went head-to-head in one of the best games of the year on Monday night. The Browns fell to the Ravens 47-42 after a successful field goal from Justin Tucker, but it was a hard-fought game through and through.
Despite the recent unsportsmanlike activity recently seen on Twitter, after the game, two moments of true sportsmanship were caught on camera.
Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield and Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson congratulated each other for their efforts.
"Hey, keep balling bro," Jackson said to Mayfield before the two bantered about exchanging numbers and Mayfield telling Jackson to "tell your mom I said hello."
The teams' coaches got in on the sportsmanship as well.
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh shook Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski's hand after the matchup and called the prime time matchup "one of the greatest games in history."
"You guys are awesome, great job," Harbaugh said to Stefanski.
Stefanski congratulated Harbaugh on the win and wished him good health and a Merry Christmas.
Harbaugh parted with a statement that many Browns fans would love to see come to fruition.
"Maybe we'll see you in the playoffs I think if we can win some games," Harbaugh said to Stefanski.
The Browns, who are at 9-4, are still in a good position to make the playoffs with their next matchup quickly approaching as they prepare to take on the New York Giants Sunday night in another prime time game.