Antonio Brown caught a 22-yard touchdown pass from Ben Roethlisberger in the third-quarter for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Three of the five teams that came up short were Browns teams.
The Browns defense, as dominant as it had been all preseason, got six takeaways: three interceptions and three fumble recoveries, including one off a strip-sack by Myles Garrett. And, as previously explained, the Steelers (or a new team) could offer Bell more than the base rate of $14.54 million under the franchise tag.
"When it snapped, I'm just trying to do my job and get penetration", Watt said of his game-saving block. The game was delayed by weather twice, and lasted seven hours.
"Disappointed", Jackson said of the infractions.
Gordon had only three passes thrown his way against the Steelers, but made the most of his only reception.
Browns undrafted rookie left tackle Desmond Harrison had a long day.
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That means he will have played only 24 tournaments this year, which includes the Ryder Cup. Rory McIlroy finished fifth at 18-under after firing a final-round 2-under 68.
Pro Bowl wide receiver Jarvis Landry and the biggest offseason Browns signing in at least a decade, has gone on record as being someone who isn't down for the B.S. with this HBO Hard Knocks rousing speech.
Pittsburgh is habitually penciled in as AFC North victors and in the conversation with New England as the best team in the conference.
"Not good enough", Jackson said. The Browns and the Steelers tied at 21.
Although Pittsburgh Steelers running back James Conner looked solid replacing Le'Veon Bell in Week 1, the outcome of the game left fans less than thrilled.
The 2018 Cleveland Browns, are the most promising squad the franchise has seen in nearly 14 years.
To be fair, the last time the Steelers played to a tie, Tommy Maddox threw for 473 yards, Plaxico Burress had 253 yards receiving and Amos Zereoue (!) ran for another 123 yards in a 34-34 finish against Michael Vick and the Falcons on November 10, 2002.
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown (84) can not hold onto the ball as Cleveland Browns defensive back Terrance Mitchell (39) defends during overtime in an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018, in Cleveland.