Steelers: 38 Browns: 31 The Pittsburgh Steelers stole a win from the Browns in this one. With the Steelers being at the top of the AFC North nearly every year, Brandon Weeden and the Browns came out firing in Pittsburgh. Trent Richardson ran wild against a defense that is usually fantastic against the running game. The Browns were in control of this one early on as Big Ben threw an interception that was returned for a touchdown and led the Steelers 21-7. The Steelers continued to make big plays on the defensive side of the ball this week and forced Trent Richardson to fumble and returned it for a touchdown. Pittsburgh was eventually able to take tie the game at 31-31 late in the 4th quarter, but gave the Browns the ball back with plenty of time left to kick a game winning field goal. TRent Richardson continued to over 200 yards for the game on The Browns final drive, but after driving deep into field goal range, but Pittsburgh made yet another play on defense. Lawrence Timmons forced a fumbled in a situation where the Browns could have simply taken knees to wind the clock down, but instead Troy Polomalu returned the loose ball for a touchdown. Pittsburgh got away with a nail biter in this one, but Cleveland showed that they are a team that is not to be taken lightly.