PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Steelers and the Bengals don’t always get along, but two players put their tense rivalry aside for a friendly competition.

DeAngelo Williams and Tyler Eifert faced off to show their military appreciation at the 2016 Pro Bowl draft in Honolulu, each of player trying to get soldiers to sign autographs for them.

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In a YouTube video, in partner with The United Services Automobile Association, DeAngelo called out the Bengals tight end.

“You know how Pittsburgh and Cincy don’t get along?” Williams said. “I’m going to beat him, just like we did in the playoffs.”

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Things went a little differently than he had planned, and Eifert won the day 39-32.

“And you did all that talking, too,” Eifert taunted.

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But DeAngelo insisted that neither of them lost, because they both got to keep the helmets that were signed by service members.