Antonio Brown had a big day, paving the way to a solid win for the Steelers against the Browns, 27-11, at FirstEnergy Stadium.
Ben Roethlisberger accounted for two scores against the Browns on 22 of 34 passing for 217 yards and no interceptions. On the Browns side, Brandon Weeden went 13 for 30 with 209 yards passing, one touchdown, one pick and one fumble.
Le'Veon Bell rushed for 80 yards on 23 carries in addition to two receptions for 18 yards. Brown was a weapon for the offense, catching six balls for 92 yards with a touchdown.
The Pittsburgh defense was the difference in the victory, giving up 55 yards rushing and 333 passing. They consistently put pressure on Weeden and the Browns offensive line, racking up five sacks.
Browns wide receiver Josh Gordon gave a standout effort with 237 receiving yards and one touchdown.
The Steelers head to Baltimore next week to face off with the Ravens (5-6) while the Browns will play host to the Jaguars (2-9).
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