It was a short week for the Pittsburgh Steelers, as they traveled north to take on their long time rivals the Cleveland Browns. Cleveland was the media’s darling to represent the AFC in the Super Bowl this offseason, but has had a rocky go of things. Pittsburgh came into tonight winners of four straight and in control of the second wild-card spot.
The Steelers offense, which is already without its top quarterback, would see its number one wide receiver and running back leave the game with injuries. JuJu Smith-Schuster left the game with a concussion, and James Conner exited early after reinjuring his shoulder. With these types of injuries, and sloppy line play, it is easy to see how the offense was limited for the entire night.
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