The Pittsburgh Steelers opened the 2018 season with high hopes of reaching Super Bowl LIII. Even with those hopes, there were many questions surrounding the team. Would the secondary play better? Who would fill the hole left by the injured Ryan Shazier? Could James Conner fill the shoes of hold out Le’Veon Bell? While none of these would be completely answered in the opener against the Cleveland Browns, maybe a glimpse would be given.
It was a rainy day at Browns Stadium and that would cause an abundance of sloppy play throughout the day. Neither team could find the scoreboard in the first quarter, but Pittsburgh would get on the board when Conner scored a 4-yard rushing touchdown four minutes into the second quarter.
Things would open up more in the third quarter...Read More