'All Glory to God': Browns, Steelers Pray Together After Playoff Game


With all the purposefully negative tones being taken by pretty much everyone and every media outlet lately, it's good to see some in the public eye take a moment to breathe and recognize that God and their faith made their good fortune to play a game for a living possible.

Following the Cleveland Browns 48-37 win over host Pittsburgh Steelers in the first round of the NFL Playoffs on Sunday, members of both teams joined at the 50-yard line to pray with each other.

Steelers Chaplain Kent Chevalier posted the video to Twitter with the caption "All glory to God." Towards the conclusion of the video, and the prayer, Chevalier summed up what he saw perfectly.

"Way to go, boys," Chevalier said.

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