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After placing a bow on the AFC North, Pittsburgh Steelers stars Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown unwrapped a video game console for Christmas.
Both players earned a great gift following Sunday's division-clinching win over the Baltimore Ravens. Bell compiled 137 total yards and two touchdowns against one of the league's toughest offenses, and Brown reached out to narrowly produce Pittsburgh's game-winning score.
In the latest edition of Gridiron Heights, they celebrated by playing GHBox, which includes titles such as Manning Kart, Angry Falcons and Gronkey Kong.
It's only fitting, as they're both posting video game numbers this season.
Gridiron Heights is a weekly animated series about the NFL on Bleacher Report.