Roethlisberger, Steelers hold off Browns

Roethlisberger, Steelers hold off Browns

Roethlisberger, Steelers hold off Browns

Linebacker Tyler Matakevich knifed through the middle of the line to swat the ball and Anthony Chickillo fell on it in the end zone for the touchdown.

So far, through one quarter, Kizer has been darn impressive. The rookie has looked calm in his first regular season action, which is telling considering the big stage he's under at home against a big AFC North rival in the Steelers.

A 2-yard touchdown pass from Ben Roethlisberger gave the Steelers a 21-10 lead against the Browns with about six minutes left in the third quarter. The starter at right outside linebacker, T.J. Watt is another strong addition. James made the catch with 45 seconds left in the second quarter.

Of the 75 yards the Steelers gained on their six plays from scrimmage on the drive, 41 came on a pass interference penalty against Browns cornerback Jamar Taylor on a throw intended for Brown.

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Browns fans are no stranger to disappointment and misery, but usually it takes a little longer than four plays into the season for that to kick in.

According to Pro Football Talk, the players got the idea for the video after talking with former Browns great Jim Brown during the preseason. He just missed picking off a pass in the second quarter.

The defense was also a bright spot on Sunday, as the group only allowed 14 points after that blocked punt disaster at the start of the game.

After the players protested before the Giants game, team leader Christian Kirksey told reporters, "We did it out of respect".

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