During the second half of the Ravens' epic Monday Night Football victory over the Browns, Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson was forced to briefly exit the game.
Jackson missed time dealing with cramps, but several people watching -- and even some of Jackson's teammates -- thought cramps were a cover for having to use the restroom.
After the game, Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey posted a hilarious Twitter poll about the situation.
Humphrey wasn't the only Ravens player who had some fun on social media with the bathroom jokes, as both DJ Fluker and Robert Griffin III chimed in as well.
Following the win, Jackson confirmed to the media that it was actually cramping that prevented him from immediately returning to the game. The quarterback joked that he "didn't pull a Paul Pierce," referencing when the Celtics legend had to be wheelchaired off the floor during the 2009 NBA Finals to cover up needing to use the bathroom.
The quarterback made a heroic return in the fourth quarter, throwing a go-ahead touchdown to Marquise Brown on a fourth-and-5 play, Jackson's first snap back on the field.
After the Browns would come down and tie the game with just over one minute remaining, Jackson led the Ravens down the field to set up a Justin Tucker 55-yard field goal to win the game.
It was an incredible win for Baltimore, who now sit at 8-5 with three games to play.