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Browns vs. Steelers Gameday Blog

Posted Dec 29, 2013

PITTSBURGH -- Follow all of the action from today’s game between the Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers with ClevelandBrowns.com’s Gameday Blog.

PITTSBURGH -- Two first-half touchdowns and a pair of second-half field goals gave the Pittsburgh Steelers a 20-7 victory over the Cleveland Browns in Sunday’s regular-season finale at Heinz Field.

The loss dropped the Browns to 4-12 on the season, while the Steelers kept their playoff hopes alive by finishing the year 8-8.

Pittsburgh kicker Shaun Suisham converted a 32-yard field goal and extended the Steelers’ lead over the Browns to 20-0 with 8:26 to play in the fourth quarter. Earlier in the game, Suisham, who spent the 2010 offseason with the Browns, converted a 30-yarder.

The Steelers held a 17-0 lead over the Browns after three quarters of play from Heinz Field.

Suisham converted a 30-yard field goal attempt and extended the Steelers’ lead over the Browns to 17-0 with 3:50 to play in the third quarter. Suisham’s kick capped off an 11-play drive that covered 54 yards and took 5:13 off the third-quarter clock.

The Steelers enjoyed a 14-0 halftime lead over the Browns.

Pittsburgh rookie running back Le’Veon Bell rushed for a five-yard touchdown and extended the Steelers’ lead over the Browns to 14-0 with 4:22 to play in the first half.

Bell took a handoff from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and spun out of a Billy Winn tackle at the seven-yard line before cutting up-field and running through a tackle attempt from cornerback Buster Skrine after stutter-stepping his way past free safety Tashaun Gipson at the four.

Bell finished off a 14-play, 67-yard drive that took 8:17 off the second-quarter clock, and has now rushed for eight touchdowns this season.

The Steelers held a 7-0 lead over the Browns after the first quarter of play.

Pittsburgh wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery caught his team-leading ninth touchdown of the season from nine yards out, and gave the Steelers a 7-0 lead over the Browns with 9:53 to play in the first quarter.

The Steelers’ first scoring drive of the game covered 62 yards in nine plays and took 3:36 off the clock.

Pittsburgh converted both of its third-down attempts on the possession, including a third-and-one from its own 47-yard line, and later, a third-and-10 from the Browns’ 21. Running back Jonathan Dwyer ran for a six-yard gain on the Steelers’ first third-down attempt, and Roethlisberger completed a 12-yard pass to Cotchery for the conversion on third-and-10.

PITTSBURGH -- Pittsburgh kicker Shaun Suisham converted a 32-yard field goal and extended the Steelers’ lead over the Cleveland Browns to 20-0 with 8:26 to play in the fourth quarter from Heinz Field.

Earlier in the game, Suisham, who spent the 2010 offseason with the Browns, converted a 30-yarder.

PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Steelers held a 17-0 lead over the Cleveland Browns after three quarters of play from Heinz Field in Sunday’s AFC North Division game.

Pittsburgh kicker Shaun Suisham converted a 30-yard field goal attempt and extended the Steelers’ lead over the Cleveland Browns to 17-0 with 3:50 to play in the third quarter at Heinz Field.

Suisham’s kick capped off an 11-play drive that covered 54 yards and took 5:13 off the third-quarter clock.

The Steelers enjoyed a 14-0 halftime lead over the Browns.

Pittsburgh rookie running back Le’Veon Bell rushed for a five-yard touchdown and extended the Steelers’ lead over the Browns to 14-0 with 4:22 to play in the first half.

Bell took a handoff from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and spun out of a Billy Winn tackle at the seven-yard line before cutting up-field and running through a tackle attempt from cornerback Buster Skrine after stutter-stepping his way past free safety Tashaun Gipson at the four.

Bell finished off a 14-play, 67-yard drive that took 8:17 off the second-quarter clock, and has now rushed for eight touchdowns this season.

The Steelers held a 7-0 lead over the Browns after the first quarter of play.

Pittsburgh wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery caught his team-leading ninth touchdown of the season from nine yards out, and gave the Steelers a 7-0 lead over the Browns with 9:53 to play in the first quarter.

The Steelers’ first scoring drive of the game covered 62 yards in nine plays and took 3:36 off the clock.

Pittsburgh converted both of its third-down attempts on the possession, including a third-and-one from its own 47-yard line, and later, a third-and-10 from the Browns’ 21. Running back Jonathan Dwyer ran for a six-yard gain on the Steelers’ first third-down attempt, and Roethlisberger completed a 12-yard pass to Cotchery for the conversion on third-and-10.

PITTSBURGH -- Pittsburgh kicker Shaun Suisham converted a 30-yard field goal attempt and extended the Steelers’ lead over the Cleveland Browns to 17-0 with 3:50 to play in the third quarter at Heinz Field.

Suisham’s kick capped off an 11-play drive that covered 54 yards and took 5:13 off the third-quarter clock.

PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Steelers enjoyed a 14-0 halftime lead over the Cleveland Browns in Sunday’s AFC North Division regular-season finale at Heinz Field.

Pittsburgh rookie running back Le’Veon Bell rushed for a five-yard touchdown and extended the Steelers’ lead over the Browns to 14-0 with 4:22 to play in the first half.

Bell took a handoff from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and spun out of a Billy Winn tackle at the seven-yard line before cutting up-field and running through a tackle attempt from cornerback Buster Skrine after stutter-stepping his way past free safety Tashaun Gipson at the four.

Bell finished off a 14-play, 67-yard drive that took 8:17 off the second-quarter clock, and has now rushed for eight touchdowns this season.

The Steelers held a 7-0 lead over the Browns after the first quarter of play.

Pittsburgh wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery caught his team-leading ninth touchdown of the season from nine yards out, and gave the Steelers a 7-0 lead over the Browns with 9:53 to play in the first quarter.

The Steelers’ first scoring drive of the game covered 62 yards in nine plays and took 3:36 off the clock.

Pittsburgh converted both of its third-down attempts on the possession, including a third-and-one from its own 47-yard line, and later, a third-and-10 from the Browns’ 21. Running back Jonathan Dwyer ran for a six-yard gain on the Steelers’ first third-down attempt, and Roethlisberger completed a 12-yard pass to Cotchery for the conversion on third-and-10.

PITTSBURGH -- Pittsburgh rookie running back Le’Veon Bell rushed for a five-yard touchdown and extended the Steelers’ lead over the Cleveland Browns to 14-0 with 4:22 to play in the first half of today’s AFC North Division game at Heinz Field.

Bell took a handoff from quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and spun out of a Billy Winn tackle at the seven-yard line before cutting up-field and running through a tackle attempt from cornerback Buster Skrine after stutter-stepping his way past free safety Tashaun Gipson at the four.

Bell finished off a 14-play, 67-yard drive that took 8:17 off the second-quarter clock, and has now rushed for eight touchdowns this season.

PITTSBURGH --The Steelers held a 7-0 lead over the Browns after the first quarter.

Pittsburgh wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery caught his team-leading ninth touchdown of the season from nine yards out, and gave the Steelers a 7-0 lead over the Cleveland Browns with 9:53 to play in the first quarter from Heinz Field.

The Steelers’ first scoring drive of the game covered 62 yards in nine plays and took 3:36 off the clock.

Pittsburgh converted both of its third-down attempts on the possession, including a third-and-one from its own 47-yard line, and later, a third-and-10 from the Browns’ 21. Running back Jonathan Dwyer ran for a six-yard gain on the Steelers’ first third-down attempt, and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger completed a 12-yard pass to Cotchery for the conversion on third-and-10.

PITTSBURGH -- The Browns called “heads” and won the coin toss prior to today’s game against the Steelers.

The Browns have elected to receive today’s opening kickoff, and Pittsburgh will defend the North goal in the first quarter.

PITTSBURGH -- Cleveland tight end Jordan Cameron has been cleared to play after suffering a concussion against the Chicago Bears two weeks ago, and is expected to start today against the Steelers.

Cameron had missed last Sunday’s game at the New York Jets because of the concussion, but returned to practice this week after being cleared by an independent neurologist.

Cameron ranks second on the team to wide receiver Josh Gordon with 75 receptions, which is eighth on the franchise’s single-season catches list.

He has turned those 75 receptions into 848 yards and seven touchdowns. By catching a touchdown from Jason Campbell against the New England Patriots three weeks ago, Cameron became the first Brown ever to catch a touchdown from four different players in a single season.

Cameron’s receptions and yardage totals are the second-most in the NFL among tight ends this season. His seven touchdowns are tied for fifth and 23 third-down receptions are second in the NFL among tight ends.

The seven touchdowns are the second-most by a Browns tight end in a single season.

While Cameron is expected to start, the Browns will be without the services of four starters, including defensive end John Hughes and tackle Phil Taylor, defensive back Joe Haden and offensive lineman Shawn Lauvao. Quarterback Alex Tanney, tight end Andre Smith and offensive lineman Jason Pinkston are also inactive.

Rookie Leon McFadden will start for Haden, while Billy Winn will go in place of Hughes. Ohio native, and Kent State University graduate, Ishmaa’ily Kitchen will start for Taylor, and rookie Garrett Gilkey will go in place of John Greco at left guard. Greco will move over to right guard because of Lauvao’s thigh injury.

The Steelers have deactivated quarterback Landry Jones, cornerback Isaiah Green, linebackers Jason Worilds and Terence Garvin, defensive end Brian Arnfelt, offensive lineman David Snow and defensive tackle Hebron Fangupo.

Pittsburgh has no expected lineup changes.

 

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