Yes, it's a victory Sunday for Bills fans as the Bills advance to their first AFC Championship game since January of 1994 with a 17-3 win over the Baltimore Ravens on Saturday night at Bills Stadium.

Bills cornerback Taron Johnson made one of the biggest plays in Buffalo sports history when he intercepted Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson in the end zone and took it back 101 yards for a touchdown. That made the game 17-3 with less than a minute left in the third quarter and it stayed the way the rest of the game.

A moment that some are realizing is the exchange Ravens head coach John Harbaugh had with Bills head coach Sean McDermott at midfield after the game ended.

Harbaugh was captured on video saying, "I hope you win the whole thing."

Harbaugh has been the head coach of the Ravens for over a decade and is regarded as one of the best coaches in the entire NFL. That moment was special, especially after such a hard-fought game like that in the playoffs.

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Now, the Bills wait to see who they play -- the Cleveland Browns or Kansas City Chiefs. If it's the Browns, the game will be back at Bills Stadium. If it's the Chiefs, the game will be in Arrowhead.

Go Bills!

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