A lot of drama is packed into about 25 seconds.
In a way, it's fitting Shaun Suisham is the star of the No. 1 highlight of the Steelers' 2012 season through 14 games. He's made 26-of-27 field-goal attempts this year, including three game-winners as time ran out.
One of them came in Week 13 at Baltimore. Suisham kicked a 42-yarder as the clock hit zero to beat the Ravens 23-20.
Charlie Batch led the Steelers to this victory, their only one in Ben Roethlisberger's three-game absence. After Suisham's kick went through the uprights, Batch and Roethlisberger engaged in a long man hug. It had been a rough three weeks since Roethlisberger's injury, and there was probably a lot of relieved joy in that embrace.
Then the cameras turned from all that mushy stuff and caught perhaps the only thing that's been missing from this bitter Steelers-Ravens rivalry, a controversial coaches' handshake.
John Harbaugh looked like he wasn't satisfied with Mike Tomlin's handshake. He said something to Tomlin as Tomlin was trying to walk away. Tomlin turned around and acknowledged him before they went their separate ways. Harbaugh glared at Tomlin a couple of times as Tomlin was jogging away.
OK, so maybe this was much ado about nothing, according to Pro Football Talk. It was still entertaining TV.