Steelers Maintain Dominance Over Browns with Defensive Prowess: A 20-Year Streak 


The Pittsburgh Steelers extend their remarkable 20-year winning streak at home against the Cleveland Browns, underscoring their dominance in this enduring NFL rivalry. 

The Steelers' defense shines with a critical interception by Alex Highsmith on the Browns' first offensive play, leading to a touchdown and setting the tone for the game. 

Pittsburgh bounces back from a tough Week 1 loss to the San Francisco 49ers by clinching their first win of the season, avoiding a 0-2 start for the first time since 2016. 

The Cleveland Browns continue to grapple with their past as they reminisce about the 1993 season, the last time they secured two victories to start a campaign. 

T.J. Watt, the Steelers' defensive standout, not only contributes to the win but also reaches a milestone with 81.5 sacks, becoming the franchise's all-time sack leader. 

Kenny Pickett and Deshaun Watson put on a quarterback duel, with Pickett amassing 222 yards and a touchdown, while Watson records 235 yards, a touchdown pass, and an interception. 

The game's outcome is defined by game-changing plays, including a late fourth-quarter fumble recovery by TJ Watt, turning the tide in favor of the Steelers. 

The Cleveland Browns face adversity as star running back Nick Chubb suffers a knee injury, prompting Jerome Ford to step up and rush for 106 yards in his absence. 

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