Steelers vs. Browns Score: Live Updates, Streaming, Game Stats, Highlights for ‘Thursday Night Football’

A gunfight has broken out in Cleveland. While many expected a defensive battle between two old division rivals, the Steelers and Browns scored four in a row in the first half together. The Steelers rallied after falling behind early to take a 14-13 lead at halftime.

After a slow start on both sides of the ball, the Browns, led by a 37-yard run from Nick Chubb, struck first on Jacoby Brissett’s 11-yard touchdown pass to Amari Cooper. The Steelers responded with Najee Harris’ 5-yard touchdown run to start the second quarter. a ballet, catch with one hand by rookie George Pickens setting up Harris’ touchdown.

Cleveland countered with David Njoku’s touchdown from Brissett with 8:58 to go until halftime. The Steelers then took their first lead when Mitch Trubisky scored on a 1-yard touchdown run. Cleveland was unable to retake the lead before halftime after throwing an incomplete fourth-down pass on the last drive before the break.

Heavy winds affected both kickers during the first half. Chris Boswell missed a 53-yard attempt on Pittsburgh’s second drive. Brown’s rookie kicker Cade York missed a PAT, which is the difference in the game at this point.

Stay tuned here at CBS Sports during Thursday night’s AFC North battle for live updates and analysis:

How to watch?

Date: Thursday 22 Sept. | Time: 20:20 ET
Place: FirstEnergy Stadium (Cleveland)
Current: Amazon Prime video
Follow: CBS Sports App
Chances: Brown -4.5, O/U 38

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