NFL Replay: Cleveland Browns beat Pittsburgh Steelers on 'Thursday Night Football'

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It seems as if the smoke is still clearing from a dumpster fire of a loss to the New York Jets on Sunday but the sight of the Pittsburgh Steelers on the opposing sideline should serve clear warning that what is in the past must stay there for the Browns.

From the time Kareem Hunt stepped out of bounds to stop the clock two seconds shy of the two-minute warning until a last-ditch effort to set up a potential game-winning field goal was snuffed out when a pass from Jacoby Brissett intended for Amari Cooper was intercepted with eight seconds to go, everything that could possibly go wrong did go wrong for the Browns in a disastrous 31-30 loss to the New York Jets.

How to watch Browns vs Steelers:Here's how to watch the game on Amazon Prime and live stream it

What, outside of another helmet-swinging incident, could happen in the game against the Steelers that could match the wackiness of what unfolded at FirstEnergy Stadium on Sunday?

We'll be here to tell you. Check back often on Thursday night for live game updates:

Final: Browns 29, Steelers 17

The Browns score on a recovered fumble by Denzel Ward in the end zone.

Steelers cut the Browns lead

A 7-play, 63-yard drive ends in a 34-yard field goal with 1:48 left in the game as the Browns lead 23-17.

Browns stifle Pittsburgh offense

After a punt pins the Steelers inside their 10-yard line, the defense comes up with a stop, the key play being a sack by linebacker Jacob Phillips on 3rd-and-3.

Browns offense produces a gritty drive

Capped by a 1-yard Nick Chubb leap on 4th-and-goal, the Browns add a touchdown to take a 23-14 lead with 9:29 left. The marched 80 yards in 14 plays.

Browns get first score of second half

Browns march 70 yards on 14 plays and are forced to setting for a 34-yard Cade York field goal to take a 16-14 lead with 2:31 left in the third quarter.

The drive could prove costly as left tackle Jed Wills left the game with an apparent left ankle injury after being rolled up on while in the process of blocking.

Halftime: Steelers 14, Browns 13

Fourth-down attempt fails

An Amari Cooper 3-yard reception from quarterback Jacoby Brissett is overturned after a review of instant replay with 27 seconds left in the first half.

Browns defense allows Steelers to answer

Steelers come right back at the Browns with a 1-yard TD run from Mentor native Mitch Trubisky to cap a 10-play, 75-yard drive. The Browns defense thus far isn't putting up a lot of resistance. Steelers lead 14-13.

Browns TE David Njoku comes up big on drive

David Njoku catches three passes for 26 yards on a 12-play drive, including the go-ahead touchdown. Kicker Cade York misses the PAT and the Browns lead 13-7 at 8:58 of the second quarter.

Najee Harris scores for the Steelers

With the Browns flagged for being offsides, Pittsburgh Steelers running back Najee Harris dashes into the end zone on the first play of the second quarter for a 5-yard TD run. The score was set up by a 36-yard pass play to Steelers wide receiver George Pickens. Score tied at 7.

End of 1Q: Browns 7, Steelers 0

Browns defense allowing Steelers to answer. With the first quarter ending the Steelers sit at the Browns 5-yard line with a first-and-goal when the second quarter starts.

Browns RB Nick Chubb out and running

A pivotal 36-yard run by Nick Chubb proved the key play on a 60-yard touchdown drive that resulted in a 9-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Jacoby Brissett to wide receiver Amari Cooper. The Browns take a 7-0 lead after the extra point.

Trade of possessions

The Browns force a punt on the Steelers first possession only to be denied any movement on its second. On the ensuing punt, punter Corey Bojourquez appears to have it partially blocked.

Browns receive opening kickoff

They start the game with a first down, but are then forced to punt on their second series of downs.

Do I need an Amazon membership to watch the Browns play the Steelers?

Yes.

Amazon Prime memberships are needed. Anyone can sign up for a 30-day trial.

Prior to kickoff Thursday, Prime Video will run a one-minute "how to experience" Thursday Night Football to give people an idea of the options they have, executive producer Fred Gaudelli said.

Streaming is possible on a variety of devices: game consoles, smart TVs, media players, tablets, set top boxes and mobile phones, for example.

Who are the Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers announcers?

Here's who is on the call:

What time is the Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers game on Thursday?

Kickoff: 8:20 p.m. FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers will be on ABC affiliate WEWS Channel 5

ABC affiliate WEWS Channel 5 is broadcasting the game in the Cleveland area. The call will still feature the Amazon broadcast, but simulcasted on the regular local channel.

Is the WEWS Channel 5 streaming the Browns game tonight?

Locally the game will be streamed on any platform that offers NFL Network like Paramount +, Hulu Live and YouTube TV

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Will I have to stream the Browns vs. Steelers game on Amazon?

Towns like Bucyrus and Marion are just outside the WEWS Channel 5 area and will not get the Browns game on local TV.

This article originally appeared on Akron Beacon Journal: Replay: Browns beat the Steelers on Thursday Night Football