Pittsburgh Steelers Win over Cleveland Browns in the Late Monday Night Football Game.
The Pittsburgh Steelers showed off some dynamic defensive play in Monday night’s game against the Cleveland Browns as they took the win, 28-7.
Pittsburgh’s Offensive Play
The Steelers offense had an impressive night with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger completing 30 of 46 passes for 273 yards and scoring two touchdowns during the match. Wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster was the standout on offense, catching nine passes for 85 yards.
Pittsburgh’s Defensive Performance
The defense put on an impressive show for the Steelers, coming up with four turnovers, and three interceptions. Linebacker T.J Watt played a key part in the defense with two big sacks and four quarterback hits, while Cameron Heyward had a fumble recovery for Pittsburgh.
Turning Points in the Game
The turning points in the game came from some impressive defensive plays from the Steelers. The biggest play of the night was by linebacker Devin Bush, who intercepted the Browns’ Baker Mayfield pass late in the first half, taking the ball 86 yards for a touchdown.
The Steelers will now look to build on their impressive performance in the next game against the Dallas Cowboys. The team will need to work on their offensive play if they are to beat Dallas, but if they continue with their impressive defensive form they should have no problem taking the win.
- Pittsburgh Steelers won 28-7 against Cleveland Browns in Monday Night Football game.
- Ben Roethlisberger had a good performance, completing 30 of 46 passes for 273 yards and 2 touchdowns
- Devin Bush intercepted a pass for a 86 yard score, proving to be a crucial turning point.
- The Steelers will now look to build on their performance against the Dallas Cowboys.