NFL Week 6: Steelers vs Browns Highlights

by Michael Drahota | Posted on Sunday, October 12th, 2014 | 0


Continuing their bitter rivalry from decades gone past, the Pittsburgh Steelers traveled into Cleveland to take on the Browns in a pivotal AFC North division game.

Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger brought an incredible 1-1 record against the Browns.

At 0-2 in the North, Cleveland needed to buck that trend to have any chance at making the playoffs. With high stakes on the line, the Browns showed up at home today.

After an early field goal by Pittsburgh, Cleveland quarterback Brian Hoyer hit tight end Jordan Cameron with a big gain. That lead to rookie running back Isaiah Crowell scoring on this 5-yard touchdown run to put the Browns up 7-3 (courtesy of Vine):

Hoyer and Cameron weren’t down, hooking up on a huge 51-yard score to go up 14-3 (Vine):

The Browns piled it on with starting running back Ben Tate’s first touchdown of the season with this 9-yard scamper (Vine):

Cleveland added insult to injury in the second half as Tate added his second rushing touchdown with this goal line score to go up 31-3 (Vine):

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