The NFL decided to briefly pause the AFC Championship game on Sunday after a drone was spotted near M&T Bank Stadium.
With 6:01 remaining in the first quarter, referee Shawn Smith announced that the game would be stopped due to an administrative timeout, which isn't something you see every day in the NFL.
After coming back from a commercial, CBS announcer Jim Nantz revealed that the game had been stopped because officials had spotted a drone in the area.
Under FAA rules, there's a temporary flight restriction over any NFL stadium whenever there's a game being played.
This means that airplanes can't fly over the stadium and it also means that drones can't fly within three miles of any NFL or MLB stadium that seats at least 30,000 fans, according to the Associated Press.
If a drone is spotted, the NFL simply stops the game until the situation is resolved. This is actually the second time this year that a game in Baltimore has had to be stopped due to a drone.
Back in Week 11, the Ravens Thursday night game against the Bengals had to be briefly stopped due to a drone in the area.