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They win with drama, Trubisky does not convince in Pittsburgh

MEXICO CITY.

En one of the fiercest rivalries in the National Football League, the Cleveland Browns got their first win of Week 3 by beating the losing-string Pittsburgh Steelers 29-13.

Without Ben Roethlisberger for the first time in 18 seasons, the Steelers entered First Energy Stadium with a 38-9-1 supremacy over Cleveland dating back to 1999, when the team returned to the league. During that span, Pittsburgh swept the rivalry 16 times.

But as Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said before the game, “The numbers stay in the books.”

History did not play out for the Steelers who are now at the bottom of the division, where the Browns are leaders.

The Browns took advantage of the fact that the Steelers’ offense is still rusty and they bet on moving the ball especially in the second half when Nick Chubb in a one-yard run capped a drive that consumed 11 yards to advance 80 yards and finish in the end zone. with the touchdown that extended the advantage for the Cleveland team.

A week after blowing a 13-point lead in the final two minutes against the New York Jets, the Browns learned their lesson and even though they gave up a field goal within the final two minutes, they managed to hang on with the win until the end. .

Chubb ended the night as the man of the game, rushing for 105 yards on 16 carries.

Nick Chubb had three rushing touchdowns against the Jets, the second game of his career with three touchdowns and although he only entered the game yesterday, it is clear that he is the spark plug for the Browns as long as Deshaun Watson does not finish his eight-game suspension. imposed by the NFL for sexual assault against multiple women.

Mitch Trubisky failed to displace Pittsburgh’s attack the way Tomlin would have liked.

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