ICYMI in Week 17: Ravens hang on, move on after Browns scare

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But the officials blew the whistle, and ruled the play a touchdown, which would've been Jackson's third of the game with 1:50 left in the half.

But because they'd futzed their way through much of the regular season, the Steelers also needed Cleveland to knock off Baltimore in order to clinch a playoff berth. It was a playoff game for the Ravens, but for the Browns it was a fearless vendetta.

After killing off the final seconds, the Ravens danced into their locker room, donned caps proclaiming them AFC North champs, and mugged for selfies and shots of each other.

There will be plenty of time to revel in the team's first AFC North title since 2012 and break down the matchup with Los Angeles in the coming week.

The Ravens could have made this game a lot easier, but little mistakes caught up with the Ravens. After throwing a 66-yard-pass to seal the win late in the game, Mayfield stared down Jackson for what seemed like an eternity on the sidelines. The Browns would lose by a score of 26-24.

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Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield stands on the field in the second half of an NFL football game against the Baltimore Ravens, Sunday, Dec. 30, 2018, in Baltimore. The Browns recovered his fumble, though it easily could have been a 99-yard touchdown for Cleveland. Jabrill Peppers attempted to return it 99-yards for a touchdown. Williams wasn't the only one given a rare chance to show off his hands. The Jets said goodbye to Todd Bowles, who went 24-40 over four years. The quick whistle may have cost the Browns a win. "At least we got the ball back".

The Browns went three-and-out after a Mayfield pass went off a wide-open Jarvis Landry's helmet at the Browns' 35.

The win ended the season for the Steelers, who had closed out their own victory over Cincinnati minutes earlier and were standing on their home field, cheering for the Browns as they watched the end of the game in Baltimore on the scoreboard. History was made, and it was awesome, even if the Browns didn't get it done.

The celebration also came before Mayfield later hilariously threw shade at his former coach Hue Jackson, who now works for the Bengals.