Steelers pull even with Browns in Divisional Race

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  1. thafuture3886

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    The Steelers welcomed the hated Browns to the big ketchup bottle for their week 14 matchup. Trailing by 1 game and having already lost the first meeting the Steelers needed this win if they wanted any shot at winning the division and keeping their hopes alive for a 1st round bye. The Steelers #1 priority was to limit the deep passes that killed them in the first game and hope their offense didn't commit any costly turnovers that would give the Browns a short field. The Steelers were able to accomplish both en route to a huge 26-8 victory. The defense set the tone early on with an interception by FS Reggie Walton. From there the defense was able to contain Dave Mack and his deadly wide receivers, forcing him into a total of 5 turnovers. Offensively the Steelers did not do much as the Browns front 7 limited the NFL's leading rusher to just 49 yards on 25 carries but they did just enough to secure the victory.

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