Steelers OLBs Shine, Chubb Injured: NFL Monday Night Drama 


The Pittsburgh Steelers secured a thrilling 26-22 victory over the Cleveland Browns on Monday night, with standout performances from their outside linebackers. 

Alex Highsmith set the tone by returning an interception for a 30-yard touchdown on the first snap of the game, giving the Steelers an explosive start. 

T.J. Watt's crucial strip-sack of Cleveland QB Deshaun Watson, followed by a 16-yard TD fumble return, sealed the Steelers' dramatic comeback win with just under seven minutes left in the game. 

The Browns suffered a significant loss as star running back Nick Chubb sustained a knee injury in the second quarter, sidelining him for the remainder of the season. 

Former Alabama running back Jerome Ford stepped up for the Browns, amassing 106 yards on 16 carries and making a 3-yard touchdown reception, showcasing his potential as Chubb's replacement. 

A total of 16 players with ties to Alabama's high schools and colleges took the field during Monday night's NFL games, making their presence felt on both sides of the ball. 

Quarterback Bryce Young made his debut for the Panthers, completing 22-of-33 passes for 153 yards, one touchdown, and displaying his dual-threat abilities with 34 rushing yards and a 2-point conversion. 

With the Steelers facing the Las Vegas Raiders and the Browns hosting the Tennessee Titans in Week 2, the NFL action promises more thrilling moments and surprises. 

Fantasy Outlook: Jerome Ford and Tony Jones Jr. Step Up Amidst Nick Chubb and Jamaal Williams Injuries