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John Harbaugh looks back on the win, Baltimore's fans, and coaching against his brother.
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Thanks for coming out I was. Quite a night last night and he destroyed ever team. Our coaches and our players. Happy for our families and most of all happy for all the people in Baltimore. We saw some amazing pictures last night. Of the of the streets being close in Baltimore and everybody party in. And that's what makes it or great. One of the probably the best moment of the night was not the end of the game or maybe the most emotional. Part of the night was when the National Anthem was being -- And they got to the -- part. And the crowd the always allowed to show our outsider you know MT bank stadium. I don't show up for that you know I just meant so much that our fans through to enjoy that as as we stood there on the field before the game. I kind of came the conclusion that -- only thing that would have been worse. If there's one of us wasn't there and north and it would be worse in that -- one of us was there you know. And it was still pretty rough there I was just really tough toughest moment of always I was walking across -- field you know and you've you can imagine you feel an incredible amount of elation. With an incredible amount of devastation. And those two feelings went hand in hand that moment and now I'm still feeling you know so this is reality and I'm proud of them. He's the best coach in the National Football League. He's he's he's been through his record proves it over the last two seasons what he's done is just incredible -- ever been done before. That I know of destroyed Rodham.