The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Cleveland Browns, 22-17, on Sunday in the 2nd of 2 AFC Divisional Round games over the weekend. The Chiefs will now host the Buffalo Bills in next Sunday’s AFC Championship as they look to move a step closer to becoming the first NFL team to repeat as Super Bowl champions since the 2003 and 2004 New England Patriots.

Kansas City, though, was forced to play the final quarter and a half without Patrick Mahomes, who suffered a concussion on a hit by Browns defender Lyndell “Mack” Wilson halfway through the 3rd quarter. Mahomes’ status for next Sunday’s game against Buffalo will be closely monitored, although head coach Andy Reid said post-game that the Chiefs quarterback was “doing great”.

Wilson took to Twitter following the Browns loss to offer an explanation, along with well-wishes for Mahomes:

Mahomes responded to the latter tweet moments later:

At the end of the day, it’s a great show of class between 2 players. And both Chiefs and Bills fans—and NFL fans as a whole—will be waiting to see if one of the league’s top quarterbacks will be able to take the field at Arrowhead Stadium next Sunday.