The Pittsburgh Steelers took down the Cleveland Browns 26-14 on Monday Night Football. And a rather meaningless last-minute touchdown was significant to some, especially in the fantasy football community.

Pittsburgh had a 19-14 lead on 3rd-and-2 at the Cleveland 37-yard line with one minute remaining. The Browns were out of timeouts, so a first down would’ve locked up a victory for the Steelers. And even if the Steelers simply chose to kneel down, there would’ve been very little time for the Browns to do anything (and on a night Baker Mayfield had a 53.1 passer rating).

Well, the Steelers got a first down- and much more. Rookie running back Najee Harris blew past the Cleveland defense and decided to go all the way into the end zone for a Steelers touchdown.

Harris has been one of the best running backs in fantasy football this season, and he took things to another level with a 28-carry, 188-yard, one-touchdown — to go with three receptions for 18 yards — performance in Week 17 (he also had a vicious stiff arm).

Week 17 also happens to be the fantasy football championship week for most leagues (due to so many good players being benched by NFL teams in the final week of the season).

So, that 37-yard (garbage time) touchdown run decided plenty of fantasy football championships (Baker Mayfield also threw an interception on the final drive that may have impacted things for Mayfield or Steelers defense owners).

Here’s a sampling of the fantasy football world’s reaction to the Harris touchdown:

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