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Final: Steelers 20 Browns 13



4th Quarter

0:00 The Steelers win 20-13.

1:17 Joe Haden picks off Baker Mayfield to seal the game.

5:42 Austin Seibert fakes a field goal attempt by punting the ball 37 yards. The Browns down the ball on Pittsburgh’s 1.

7:11 Devlin Hodges is intercepted by Terrance Mitchell, who picks up 28 yards on the interception return. Cleveland starts their drive on the Steelers 30.

7:30 Austin Seibert connects on a 34-yard field goal. Pittsburgh leads 20-13.

13:48 Chris Boswell successfully kicks a 29-yard field goal to increase the Steelers lead to 20-10.

3rd Quarter

5:25 Bud Dupree sacks Baker Mayfield, forcing a fumble. Cam Heyward recovers the fumble. Pittsburgh starts their drive on the Cleveland 46.

10:36 Benny Snell completes the long scoring drive with a 1-yard touchdown run, which is the first of his NFL career. The Steelers take their first lead of the game, 17-7. 

2nd Quarter

1:00 James Washington catches a 30-yard pass from Devlin Hodges in the end zone for a Steelers touchdown. The touchdown and extra point ties the game at 10.

2:56 Chris Boswell kicks a 39-yard field. Pittsburgh gets on the scoreboard, cutting the deficit to 10-3.

6:10 Browns DE Chad Thomas left the game after being checked on by the medical staff.

7:40 Baker Mayfield and Kareem Hunt connect on a 15-yard touchdown pass. Cleveland increases their lead to 10-0 after the successful extra point.

1st Quarter

6:11 Devlin Hodges gets sacked by Chad Thomas for a 13-yard loss, triggering 4th down and a Steelers punt.

7:34 Austin Seibert converts a 31-yard field goal. The Browns take an early 3-0 lead.

9:36 Cleveland wins the challenge. Landry gets credit for the 19-yard catch.

9:36 Cleveland challenges the call of an incompletion to Jarvis Landry near the sidelines.


Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers
Sunday, Dec. 1, 2019, 1 p.m.
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh

TV: CBS regional coverage (see map), KDKA-TV locally. Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts.

Radio: Steelers Radio Network (102.5 WDVE-FM). Bill Hillgrove, Tunch Ilkin and Craig Wolfley.

Line: Browns -2, total 40.

Steelers Now coverage: Alan Saunders, Mike Asti, Ed Thompson.



Steelers: WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (left knee), RB James Conner (AC joint), CB Artie Burns (knee), QB Paxton Lynch, OLB Tuzar Skipper, OT Chukwuma Okorafor, TE Zach Gentry.

Browns: S Eric Murray (knee), T Greg Robinson (concussion), S Damarious Randall, WR Taiwan Taylor, DE Chris Smith, G Drew Forbes, TE Pharaoh Brown.


OUT: Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (left knee), Browns S Eric Murray (knee), T Greg Robinson (concussion).

DOUBTFUL: Steelers RB James Conner (AC joint).

QUESTIONABLE: Steelers CB Artie Burns (knee), Browns DE Olivier Vernon (knee), WR KhaDarel Hodge (Achilles).

SUSPENDED: Steelers C Maurkice Pouncey, Browns DE Myles Garrett.


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Highlights from Steelers Practice 9/23/20



David DeCastro practices with the Steelers after missing the first two games of the season. Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin explained to the media, including Mike Asti and Alan Saunders of Steelers Now, that he is evaluating DeCastro and he could start their week 3 game against Houston.

Joe Haden can also seen working on one-on-one coverage drills with the rest of the secondary.

Footage courtesy Pittsburgh Steelers

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T.J. Watt Named AFC Defensive Player of the Week



Leading up to his big matchup vs. his brother J.J and the Houston Texans, T.J. Watt was honored for his performance last Sunday.

Watt was recognized Wednesday morning as the AFC Defensive Player of the Week for his effort against the Denver Broncos at Heinz Field. This was the third time in his career that Watt has won this award.

During the Steelers 26-21 win over the Broncos, Watt registered 2.5 sacks, four quarterback hits and four tackles.

Watt continues to be one of the most feared pass rushers in the NFL. Counting his performance on Sunday, Watt now has collected 37 career sacks, which is the most by any NFL linebacker since 2017. Here’s another interesting stat courtesy the Pittsburgh Steelers media relations department: Watt has 25 sacks in 25 career games at Heinz Field. Only three players in NFL history have registered more sacks over their first 25 career home games.

Watt and the rest of the Steelers defense will be challenged this Sunday as they host Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans at Heinz Field. Their 2-0 start has the Steelers tied with the Baltimore Ravens for 1st place in the AFC North.

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Tomlin Bringing Referees into Steelers Practice to Help Penalty Issues



Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin thinks his team took too many penalties in their Week 2 win over the Denver Broncos at Heinz Field on Saturday, and he’s going to do something about it.

Tomlin said on Tuesday that he’s bringing referees into practice this week in order to help his team remain in compliance with the NFL rulebook on gamedays.

“It hurt our efforts on both sides of the ball,” Tomlin said Tuesday. “It hurt our efforts in terms of possessing the ball on offense. We had two critical holding calls in the first half that put us behind the chains and essentially stopped drives. Ball possession and drives, there’s too much scarcity in that discussion to get major penalties and throw yourself behind the chains. We’re just not good enough to overcome those things at this juncture, and quite frankly, I would imagine not many of us in this game are that good at this juncture.

“On the defensive side of the ball, we didn’t play clean enough on the back end on possession downs. They were able to extend drives through DPI and things of that nature. When you get people to that point to where you have them in a third down situation and you have the ball snapped and you’re executing the rush, there’s just too much ground covered to start over and give them a new set of downs. We have to get better in those areas.”

Special teams were also part of the problem, Tomlin said, as the Steelers had a Diontae Johnson punt return touchdown called back due to a block in the back. In total, the Steelers were penalized 10 times for 89 yards.

“We are not only analyzing and openly talking about the penalties, but we are working hard to rectify it,” he said. “We intend to bring some officials to our practice work this week in an effort to make a point of emphasis in that area. That’s important for us. Again, I just thought that was a catalyst for a lot of negativity in the game for us.”

Steelers cornerback Joe Haden said after the game that the team felt that “some of the calls weren’t going their way,” but Tomlin said they don’t consider whether or not they think a call should have been made when assessing and evaluating team performance.

“We coach. We don’t officiate the game,” he said “We are not assessing judgment based on what’s called. We are simply acknowledging what is called and we are making whatever necessary change in our behavior to make sure that it is not called moving forward. It’s as simple as that for us.”

Tomlin said the team is still working through the procedures to have the officials they want to use tested and able to be on the practice field at UPMC Rooney Sports Complex when the team returns to work on Wednesday.

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