During the bye week we turn our focus to other games that may affect the division or wildcard for the Bengals. The biggest matchup on Sunday is between the Steelers and the Browns. Both are currently sitting at 4 and 6. One game behind the New York Jets at 5-5 for the last spot in the playoffs. Whoever wins this game still has a good chance of making a playoff run. Whoever loses can probably toast the end of their season. Let's see what Tecmo has to say about the game.
The Steelers start with the ball and 1 long pass to Antonio Brown is all it takes for Pittsburgh to take the lead 7 - 0.
At the end of one the Steelers lead 14-7.
Once again the Steelers answer right back on another Antonio Brown touchdown.
With little time left in the half, the Browns are able to move the ball into position for a field goal try.
At the half the Steelers are on top 21 - 17.
To open up the second half, the Browns again find success on the ground with Dion Lewis.
The Browns defense attempts to step it up with a sack from Ahtyba Rubin.
It is not enough as Roethlisberger finds Antonio Brown for another touchdown.
Cleveland has an answer and feeds Dion Lewis again for the score.
Pittsburgh again has no trouble moving the ball through the air and at the end of 3 the score is 28 - 31 in favor of the Browns.
Touchdown Steelers, guess who.
Once again, the Browns rise to the task and get a score of their own. This time it is Campbell to Josh Gordon for the score.
The Steelers do manage to get a field goal to tie the game with about a minute left.
With time running down, Jason Campbell sees Greg Little open but is facing a ton of pressure from the Pittsburgh line. He fires a pass that is almost blocked. Little makes the grab and sets the Browns up for a game winning field goal attempt.
It's up, it's good.
The Browns win and set themselves up for a run at a wild card.