Cleveland Browns stomp Pittsburgh Steelers 29-17 on Thursday Night Football
CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - All eyes were on Cleveland as the Browns hosted the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday Night Football.
After a disappointing loss to the New York Jets, the Browns turned this short week into a victory, stomping on the Steelers 29-17.
Kevin Stefanski is now 3-0 for Thursday Night Football as Cleveland’s Head Coach.
Here’s the highlights from one of the NFL’s greatest rivalries:
But the Browns weren’t done yet - they got in the endzone one last time with just seconds left in the game.
The Steelers answered with a field goal to make it 23-17.
Nick Chubb then lept into the endzone to increase the Browns lead to 23-14.
York hit a 34-yard field goal to give Cleveland the lead over Pittsburgh, 16-14.
Mentor’s own Mitch Trubisky rushed in a 1-yard touchdown to give the Steeler the lead, 14-13.
Tight end David Njoku got in on the action. Brissett hit Njoku on a 7-yard pass to regain the lead, 13-7. Kicker Cade York missed the extra point- something he did last week against the Jets.
The Steelers responded in the second quarter when Najee Harris rushed in a 5-yard touchdown to tie it at 7-7.
The Browns got on the board first when Jacoby Brissett hit Amari Cooper for the 11-yard touchdown. Cleveland leads 7-0.
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