Week 14: Browns (30) vs Steelers (27)

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    Week 14: Browns (30) vs Steelers (27)

    BROWNS DEFENSE STEPS UP IN 30-27 WIN OVER STEELERS
    Linebacker Justin Durant recorded 10 tackles and 4 interceptions in the 3 point win.

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    Justin Durant (right) pictured above in an ironic moment as he makes a play against his future teammates.

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    The Cleveland Browns put together an interesting win as they were able to hold of the hot Steelers in a defensive battle. The Browns were dominated in every category but were able to force 6 turnovers, 4 of which were interceptions by MLB Justin Durant. His 10 tackle and 4 interception game has awarded him the game ball for the week.

    The Pittsburgh Steelers were led by QB Kerry Collins who went 20-32 for 288 yards with 1 TD and 6 interceptions. Without those 6 interceptions the Steelers would have easily put together a win. Willie Paker rushed for 80 yards with a 60 yard TD run. The receiving core did well and were led by Santonio Holmes who caught 5 passes for 88 yards with a TD. Defensively Farrior and Palamalu led with 4 tackles each.

    The Browns offense was led by rookie Dane Morrow who passed 17 for 33 with 283 yards and 2 TD's. The Browns rushing game was held to a minimum with Jamal Lewis rushing for 39 yards on 8 carries. The Browns receiving core played beyond their abilities with great performances from Kelly and Williamson who combined for 150 yards with 2 TD's. Receivers Brian Robiskie and Cameron Jackson were held to only 4 catches for 54 yards. The Browns defensive was led by Justin Durant who racked up 10 takcles and 4 interceptions. DT Sedrick Ellis was held to only 3 tackles in the win.

    The Cleveland Browns (4-8) will now try and finish strong as their playoff hopes have disappeared. They will take on the Dolphins in week 15.
     

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