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Steelers vs. Browns: Schedule, Game Time, TV Channel, History, Odds and More

While the Bengals are off this week, the Steelers and Browns are viewed as the AFC North game of the week.

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Game: Pittsburgh Steelers (4-6) at Cleveland Browns (4-6)
Time: 1:00 p.m (ET)
Location: FirstEnergy Stadium
Series Leader: Steelers, 63-57
Streak: Steelers have won 17 of the past 19.
Coaches vs. Opponent: Tomlin: 10-2, Chudzinski: 0-0
Broadcast: CBS (1:00 PM ET): Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots. SIRIUS: 135 (Pit.), 111 (Cle.). XM: 225 (Cle.).
Cleveland SB Nation: Dawgs by Nature
Pittsburgh SB Nation: Behind the Steel Curtain Game Center
Weather: Chance of snow, 18 MPH winds, and 25 degrees [Weather Underground]
Odds: Cleveland favored by 2.5 points.
TV Coverage:



  • The Browns need to win one more game to match their win total of five from 2012.
  • The Browns have won three of their past four games when the game is played in Cleveland.
  • In his last start at home, quarterback Jason Campbell completed 23 of 35 passes (65.7 percent) for 262 yards passing with three touchdowns and a passer rating of 116.6.
  • Running back Willie McGahee ranks fourth among active running backs with 8,372 yards rushing and third among active players 64 rushing touchdowns.
  • Running back Chris Ogbonnaya has a career-best 34 receptions in 2013. He totaled 99 yards from scrimmage last week against the Bengals.
  • Wide receiver Josh Gordon (751) needs 55 yards to surpass his totals as a rookie (805 yards in 2012).
  • Gordon posted a career-long 74 yards touchdown reception last week against Cincinnati.
  • Tight end Jordan Cameron has six receiving touchdowns, tied for second-most by a tight in a single-season in franchise history.
  • Cornerback Joe Haden recorded a career-high two interceptions last week against the Bengals, including a pick-six.
  • Linebacker D'Qwell Jackson leads the team with 88 tackles.


  • Steelers have won 10 of the past 12 games in Cleveland.
  • During his career against the Browns, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is 15-1 (.938) as a starter against the Browns with 24 touchdowns, 10 interceptions, and a passer rating of 99.8.
  • Roethlisberger (208) needs five touchdowns to surpass Hall of Fame quarterback Terry Bradshaw (212) to set the franchise record for career touchdown passes by a Steeler.
  • Rookie running back Le'Veon Bell has three rushing touchdowns in four road games this season.
  • Wide receiver Antonio Brown (74) needs six receptions to join Yancey Thigpen, John Stallworth and Hines Ward to register 80 receptions in a season.
  • Brown only needs 48 yards receiving to reach 1,000 yards receiving for the second time in his career (1,108 in 2011).
  • Wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery has a career-high seven touchdown receptions in 2013.
  • Last week, tight end Heath Miller (5,021) joined Elbie Nickel (5,131) as the second tight end in franchise history to reach 5,000 yards receiving in franchise history.
  • Linebacker LaMarr Woodley (57) has the fifth-most sacks in club history since 1982.
  • Safety Will Allen posted an interception and forced fumble last week.
  • Safety Troy Polamalu has eight career interceptions against the Browns -- most against any team.