Pittsburgh Steelers: 3 Standouts from Week 1 vs. Browns

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However, the weirdest, wackiest game of the day came in the rainy-Cleveland conditions, where the Steelers tied the Browns 21-21.

When the ball deflected off T.J. Watt's left hand and fluttered to a water-logged landing, well short of the crossbar, there was nothing more the Browns could do. In that game, he came out of the gate hot with two sacks and an interception.

"We got guys who can get the ball and are ball hawks", defensive lineman Myles Garrett said. "They're the only people that matter to me". "I threw my hand up at the last minute, and it hit my hand - tie game".

Browns quarterback Tyrod Taylor completed just 15 of 40 passes, but two of his biggest completions were throws on successive plays in which Sutton was targeted in single coverage.

"Obviously disappointed at the outcome, a tie game", Browns coach Hue Jackson said after the game.

After that initial play Gordon sat out the rest of the series and the ensuing one before returning to play the rest of the game - he played 69 snaps, or 78 percent of the team's offensive plays.

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Harrison wasn't the only offending Cleveland player as the Browns were called for 11 penalties for 87 yards. "Our team has got to get better".

After that, they had the one-yard drive for a touchdown off the fumble but then moved the ball negative-2 yards with the next turnover and negative-1 on the final fumble before getting their field goal try blocked which led to the tie. "Anything less is not good enough".

Opinions as to whether to love or hate the Browns' 21-all battle with the Steelers vary, but there are some irrefutable applications about a tie.

It was one year ago in this very same game where T.J. Watt made his National Football League debut against the Cleveland Browns.

Down 21-7 in the fourth quarter, the Browns were on the verge of their 18th straight loss. As Bell continued his holdout in warm and dry South Florida, James Conner filled in and scored two touchdowns while running for 135 yards - just nine fewer than he gained as a rookie last season.

Cousins connected with Stefon Diggs in the second quarter and Kyle Rudolph in the third quarter for scores, and the defense finished the job with three sacks and three second-half interceptions of Garoppolo.