Steelers Outlast Browns with Late Defensive Heroics: Chubb Suffers Season-Ending Injury 


T.J. Watt's 17-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown in the fourth quarter gave the Steelers the crucial lead they needed for victory. 

The Steelers continued their remarkable home-field advantage by defeating the Browns for the 20th consecutive time in regular-season games. 

Alex Highsmith's interception return for a touchdown on the first play of the game set the tone for the Steelers' defensive prowess. 

The Browns allowed two defensive touchdowns in a single game for the first time since 1983, courtesy of the Steelers' tenacious defense. 

Star running back Nick Chubb's season-ending knee injury cast a shadow over the game, leaving the Browns without their key offensive weapon. 

Chubb's injury history, including a college knee injury, made this latest setback even more devastating for the Browns and their fans. 

Despite the win, the Steelers' offense faced ongoing struggles, with quarterback Kenny Pickett completing 15 of 30 passes for 222 yards. 

The win spared the Steelers from starting the season 0-2 for the first time since 2019, providing a promising start to their campaign. 

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