Steelers Defense Shines with Two Defensive TDs in 26-22 Win over Browns 


The Steelers' defense stole the show, sacking Deshaun Watson six times, forcing four turnovers, and scoring two touchdowns, securing a crucial victory. 

Linebacker Alex Highsmith led the charge with a 30-yard pick-six on the first play and a strip-sack in the fourth quarter, setting up T.J. Watt's touchdown return. 

Deshaun Watson's frustrations boiled over, resulting in penalties and an ejection scare, as the Steelers' relentless defense hounded him all night. 

The game ended in controversy with a potential pass interference call against the Steelers on a crucial fourth-and-nine play. 

Despite the win, the Steelers' offense managed only 255 yards and 12 points on 12 possessions, raising concerns among fans. 

Kenny Pickett's 71-yard touchdown pass to George Pickens was a standout moment in an otherwise challenging offensive performance. 

The Browns suffered a major setback as their leading rusher, Nick Chubb, was carted off with a knee injury in the first half. 

Deshaun Watson threw for 235 yards and connected with Amari Cooper for seven receptions and 90 yards, but it wasn't enough to overcome the Steelers' defensive onslaught. 

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