Since the Cleveland Browns came back into the NFL in 1999, they have played the role of little brother to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Each year Cleveland talks a big game, but in the end, it is business as usual for Pittsburgh and today was no different. After there was much talk during the week that a win for the Browns would propel them to new heights, the Steelers dominated from beginning to end and captured a 38-7 victory to move to 5-0 on the season and maintain first place in the AFC North.
The opening drive of the game resulted in Pittsburgh getting into field goal range and taking a three-point lead on a Chris Boswell 35-yard field goal. The defense went to work on the first Cleveland possession. Baker Mayfield tossed an interception to Minkah Fitzpatrick that was returned 33-...Read More