Le'Veon Bell posts emoji after watching Steelers tie

Le'Veon Bell posts emoji after watching Steelers tie

Le'Veon Bell posts emoji after watching Steelers tie

As a team, the Steelers committed five turnovers and only scored 21-points.

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon, bottom, can not hold onto the ball under pressure from Pittsburgh Steelers defensive back Joe Haden, top, during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018, in Cleveland.

Watt already had four sacks and 11 tackles when the made the game's defining play. Ben Roethlisberger threw three interceptions in the first half and finished 23 of 41 for 335 yards, throwing a 22-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to Antonio Brown.

"We have been practicing fade balls all week, the offseason and training camp", Gordon said.

The Browns gunslinger took the snap and looked down the middle of the field, before pulling his eyes toward Gordon on the right flank. "I just was not sure if I was in the end zone or at the one yard line".

The Browns revamped offensive line, with rookie Desmond Harrison at left tackle, surrendered - sacks. "Our team has got to get better".

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"Not good enough", Jackson said.

Of course, because this is Cleveland, where quarterback criticism is passed down through generations, much of the postgame blame was directed at Taylor, who completed just 15 of 40 passes, got sacked seven times and missed a few open receivers in his first start for the Browns.

"You expect the ball to come at you every play", Sutton said. The Browns and the Steelers tied at 21. Backup DeShone Kizer threw a pick six to Khalil Mack, who disappeared in the second half after a dominant start in his first game for Chicago. A fair question for the star running back to pose as he watched understudy James Conner race for 135 rushing yards and two total touchdowns while also coughing up a fumble. He kicked off the two-play drive with a 17-yard blast as the Browns' defense got gashed on the ground by the second-year back out of Pitt.

That's why it was troubling when Haden left the Steelers' opener Sunday in the fourth quarter with a hamstring injury.

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.

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