Ravens’ Marcus Peters and John Harbaugh in a heated exchange on the sidelines

The Baltimore Ravens took a big lead over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, losing 23-20 after leading 20-3, and emotions boiled over on the sideline during the final seconds of the loss.

As Buffalo kicker Tyler Bass lined up for a game-winning field goal, the CBS broadcast cut a curious shot from Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters going after John Harbaugh. He appeared to yell at the Baltimore head coach and had to be held back by his teammates.

Marcus Peters needs to be restrained

It’s unclear exactly why Peters was upset, but it may have been Harbaugh’s decision to go ahead with the fourth and 1-yard goal on the previous drive. Instead of going for a field goal that would have put the Ravens ahead, Harbaugh decided to try for the touchdown. Lamar Jackson threw an interception and the Bills raced down the field for the winning score.

Peters left the stadium before media availability and did not say why he was upset, but Harbaugh spoke about the incident after the game.

“Emotions are strong. We’re on the same page,” Harbaugh said. “We have a great relationship. We have an honest relationship. I love it. I hope he still loves me. We will see.”

Marcus Peters
Marcus Peters
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The Ravens fell to 2-2 with the loss, which is still good for a tie at the top of the AFC North with the Browns and Bengals. The Bills, meanwhile, went 3-1.

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