Browns don't lose, tie Steelers 21-21

Browns don't lose, tie Steelers 21-21

Browns don't lose, tie Steelers 21-21

Very Le'Veon Bell-esque numbers, if I do say so myself. Once again, they went three-and-out, and this time, they had another special-teams gaffe.

The Steelers (0-0-1) outgained the Browns by 150 yards and received a breakout performance by running back James Conner, who had 192 combined yards.

Forgive the Pittsburgh Steelers if they're not quite sure what to make of their 21-21 tie against Cleveland in the season opener.

Bell is in the middle of a contract dispute with Pittsburgh and missed Week 1 because he did not report to the Steelers before Saturday's 4 p.m. deadline.

The Browns were on the wrong side of the scoreboard in 17 straight games heading into the 2018 regular-season opener against the Steelers.

Bell would have to be involved in any trade, since he'd first have to sign a one-year deal that would be traded to his new team.

"I'm so exhausted of Le'Veon", Steelers right guard David DeCastro told reporters. But the reaction from rapper Wiz Khalifa is likely how a fair amount of fans felt after the game, as he just wants to see Bell get paid and back on the field. After becoming the first team in more than 600 days to not beat the Browns, they don't really have much choice. "That's the only people that matter". Although he was beaten for a touchdown shortly after replacing Haden in the Steelers' 21-21 tie against the Cleveland Browns, Sutton rebounded to gather in an interception late in regulation - the only turnover produced by the Steelers.

The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns played a 21-21 tie.

Kirk Cousins completed 20 of 36 passes for 244 yards and two touchdowns in his debut with Minnesota, which held on for a win over visiting San Francisco.

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The Browns remain winless since December 24, 2016, but at least they have a positive after going 0-16 last season, just the second team to lose all 16 games.

Bell's messy situation cast a shadow over the Steelers all week, bringing a distraction to a team that usually avoids drama. "He ran well and brought great energy all day". "You're either feeling pressure or applying pressure. I was trying to give him something that he could go up and jump for". There were no nerves or nothing.

The 23-year-old Conner was drafted by the Steelers in the third round of the 2017 National Football League draft. "Nothing", said Jackson, who has turned play calling over to coordinator Todd Haley this season. "Ran hard, caught the ball well". Unfortunately for the Browns, they weren't able to cash in on either of the picks.

The well-rested Eagles play at Tampa Bay, a team that over-delivered at New Orleans with Ryan Fitzpatrick at quarterback.

Conner took it all in stride.

"They broke through and were right there, so there wasn't much I could do about it", Gonzalez said. "It's the mentality of our offense. Not what I wanted, but we will get through that, too". I knew the lanes were going to be there.

The Browns won the toss in overtime and elected to receive, but went three-and-out on their first three drives in overtime.

"I have confidence in myself and the guys in front of me blocking, so it's what we expect to do".

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