fter being down early, the Steelers fought back and defeated the Cleveland Browns, 20-13, at Heinz Field to improve their record to 7-5 on the season, while the Browns drop to 5-7. The win keeps the Steelers in the playoff hunt with four regular season games remaining.
Devlin Hodges made his second NFL start, guiding the offense with a 30-yard touchdown pass to James Washington, while Benny Snell added a one-yard touchdown run.
The Browns had one final shot with 1:45 to play. Minkah Fitzpatrick broke up Baker Mayfield’s first down pass. Bud Dupree was called for roughing the passer giving the Browns a first down. Joe Haden came up with the play of the game when he intercepted Mayfield to secure the win.
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Cam was once again considered for Player of the Week honors. He had six tackles, a half-sack, and a fumble recovery.
The honor went to Devlin Hodges who completed 14-of-21 (67 percent) for 212 yards, with one touchdown, one interception, and a rating of 95.7. Congrats to the “Duck”.
The Steelers travel to Arizona to take on the Cardinals.