A late touchdown run put the Pittsburgh Steelers in front of the Cleveland Browns, 14-13, at halftime of Sunday’s game from Cleveland Browns Stadium.
Running back Chris Rainey scored on a one-yard touchdown run and put the Pittsburgh Steelers back in front of the Browns, 14-13, with one second remaining in the first half. Rainey’s touchdown finished off a nine-play, 84-yard drive.
Cleveland tight end
The Browns’ touchdown was the first given up by the Steelers in their opponents’ last 29 offensive possessions.
The defense set up the Browns with a first-and-goal when it forced the Steelers’ second turnover of the game.
On third-and-19 from their five-yard line, the Steelers called for running back Isaac Redman to run the ball, but he was stopped at the line of scrimmage and stripped of the football by Browns defensive end
On the strength of a defensive score, the Steelers held 7-3 lead over the Browns in Sunday’s AFC North Division game.
Pittsburgh linebacker Lawrence Timmons returned a Weeden interception 53 yards for a touchdown, which gave the Steelers a 7-0 lead over the Browns with 13:49 remaining in the first quarter.
Timmons caught the ball after defensive lineman Brett Keisel batted it at the line of scrimmage. The third-down pass was intended for wide receiver
The drive, which lasted seven plays and travelled 33 yards, was set up by the Browns defense.
After the team punted to the Steelers following its second possession, Cleveland defensive lineman