Odell Beckham Jr. was beyond ecstatic for his team after the Cleveland Browns defeated the Pittsburg Steelers, 48-37, in their NFL Wild Card Round match-up at Heinz Field on Sunday.

The 28-year-old wide receiver, who missed the rest of the season after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his left knee last October, took to Twitter to congratulate his teammates.

The Browns, after all, ended an extremely long drought by winning their first playoff game in 26 years. Although he could not join his teammates on the gridiron, OBJ was still pumped up for the entire city of Cleveland.

Apart from finally getting that elusive playoff win, Cleveland also managed to snap an ugly 17-game losing skid against Pittsburgh on Sunday. The Brown's last road win against the mighty Steelers dates all the way back to 2003, so fans can definitely relate to OBJ's excitement right now.

The Browns came out firing from the get-go, unleashing 28 unanswered first-quarter points to stun the heavily-favored Steelers. Quarterback Baker Mayfield, who was making his postseason debut, stood out the most as he completed 21 of 34 passes for 263 yards and three touchdowns.

Making the win even more impressive for Cleveland was that they were missing head coach Kevin Stefanski, as well as two assistants and four players who all tested positive for COVID-19.

But as thrilled as Odell Beckham Jr. is right now, his Browns will face a stiff challenge ahead in their next game. Cleveland will take on defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium next.