Published: Mon, September 11, 2017
Markets | By Noel Gibbs

Crazy Ben Roethlisberger stat against Browns highlights Cleveland's QB mistakes

Crazy Ben Roethlisberger stat against Browns highlights Cleveland's QB mistakes

Not if you ask Watt.

The ball came loose at the end of the Brown catch and the play was reviewed, but it was ruled that the Steelers receiver had already completed the catch to end the play by the time the ball popped free.

You wouldn't have thought it, but the Steelers-Browns game was the closest matchup in the division this week. "We had a few sacks left on the table, from my point of view".

"Now, it is on me, and it is on this offense, to make sure that we do a little bit better of a job complementing our defense", Kizer said. Los Angeles snapped a six-game skid at the Coliseum with its most impressive performance since returning home from St. Louis previous year.

Kizer went 20-30 for 222 yards with a TD and an interception. He laughed while recounting the play.

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"I was just having some fun, just trying to bring some energy", Watt said, per Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.

Brown has had more success against Cleveland than against any other team in the league. Then you remember that Bell only played six games that year due to suspension and injury and Roethlisberger missed four games due to his annual Roethlisbergerian injuries.

"Two quarterbacks had already been picked (Philip Rivers and Eli Manning), so as a competitor, I felt underestimated", Big Ben told ESPN.com at the time.

In his 89 game career, J.J. Watt has never had a game with two or more sacks and an interception. Call it energy, motor, don't-quit attitude: Watt possesses all the qualities at linebacker Pittsburgh has coveted since the 1970s.

Coach Mike Tomlin said he tried to be "thoughtful" about Bell's workload considering his absence.

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Tomlin was later asked a follow-up.

I know this to be a fact because when someone asks how I think the Browns will do this season and I say, "5-11", the response is usually comes with a smile, a nod and something like: "5-11, I'll take that".

But Kizer does have a strong arm and he does have the intangibles that a leader needs, so he does provide hope for stability at the most unstable position in Cleveland sports history.

It may only be week one, but the Steelers entered the season with a big bang. It wasn't a bad throw but Williams lost track of his feet inside the Steelers 10 yard-line and caught the ball out-of-bounds. It's no coincidence that's the last time Pittsburgh reached the Super Bowl.

Even the Browns marvel at the way Brown plays against them, although he has been beating them regularly since 2011.

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T.J. obviously isn't the same kind of megastar as his older brother, but he is the prototype edge rusher for defensive coordinator Keith Butler's scheme.

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