It's the game Browns fans wait for every year all season long - the day things get extra tough in the Muni lot for anyone wearing yellow and black.
"Five years ago they tried to knock me over in the bathroom. I swore I wouldn't come back. I am here today having fun," said Jeff Miller, a die hard Pittsburgh Steelers fan.
The Browns-Steelers rivalry has been known to pit friend against friend - even cause marital strife!
"One time at a bar he pushed me off a chair, and I fell on my feet," that's what Julie Sovesky-Herberth says happened with her husband once when her Steelers were scoring big against the Browns.
The stories go on and on. In fact, a winning season isn't a winning season unless it includes a victory against the Steelers.
"This is the only game we really care about, the people at the top - they care about all of them, but I only care about this one," says Lamar Lundy of Cleveland.
Fans threaten they will not renew their season tickets without a win against Pittsburgh. Bragging rights are on the line.
"This is our season here - no matter what," says Brian Phelps of Mentor.
Funny thing is - no matter who wins or loses - the rivalry just seems to heat up even more.