T.J. Watt's Game-Changing Play Lifts Steelers Over Browns, Nick Chubb Injured 

by: Yatriinfo.com

T.J. Watt's scoop-and-score touchdown in the fourth quarter turned the tide of the game in favor of the Steelers, securing their 20th consecutive home win against the Browns in the regular season. 

Cleveland's star running back, Nick Chubb, suffered a serious knee injury, leaving the Browns without their key offensive weapon for most of the game. 

Jerome Ford stepped up in Chubb's absence, rushing for 106 yards and catching a touchdown pass. 

The game featured two defensive touchdowns, with Alex Highsmith returning an interception for a touchdown on the first snap of the game, and T.J. Watt's crucial fumble recovery touchdown. 

Watson completed 22 of 40 passes for 235 yards with a touchdown and an interception but faced challenges with unsportsmanlike conduct penalties. 

Cleveland was penalized eight times for 81 yards and turned the ball over four times, contributing to their loss. 

Steelers' quarterback Kenny Pickett connected with George Pickens for a 71-yard touchdown pass that injected life into their offense. 

Pittsburgh's defense, led by Highsmith and Watt, played a pivotal role in securing the victory, overcoming offensive struggles. 

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