Kudo for the Pittsburgh Steelers, because they never give up. In the end, however, the Cleveland Browns were the better team and they took advantage of their home ground advantage to secure a 29-17 win over rivals AFC North.
It’s a ‘Thursday Night Football’ game, which means that unless you have Amazon, you’ll have a hard time watching it.
That’s the new reality of the NFL in 2022, and unfortunately it means those who haven’t made the switch to Amazon are missing out on a great game. The game begins with Cleveland Cavalier Donovan Mitchell just banging a guitar for the city that hosts the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
The night ended with the Browns winning, bringing the score to 2-1 for the season. It went down to the fourth half when the score was 23-17 with 1:48 after a goal at Pittsburgh. In the end, however, the Browns were able to hold on and prevail thanks to Denzel Ward dropping the ball in the back yard after Pittsburgh’s final hook effort in the final second to seal the victory.
Jacoby Brissett, playing in place of Deshaun Watson when he was out of suspension, completed 21/31 passes for 220 yards, two touchdowns and no interceptions against the Steelers. Cleveland ran back Nick Chubb dashed 23 times in 113 yards and one touchdown.
Mitch Trubisky successfully passed the ball 20/32 to the Steelers for 207 yards, no touch and no interception. He ran in a touchdown in the second half, as well as re-run Najee Harris, who finished with 15 runs in 56 meters and the aforementioned score.