Antonio Brown's big day helps Steelers beat Browns, 21-18

Dianna Christensen
September 11, 2017

Cleveland.com reports that Cleveland Browns players ran out of the tunnel on Sunday prior to their game against the Steelers accompanied by police, firefighters and EMTs.

The Browns played well.

Here are four big takeaways from Sunday's game.

The Browns settled down after another shaky possession in which rookie DeShone Kizer was sacked twice before tying the score on a 1-yard quarterback sneak by Kizer.

After some legitimate optimism creeped into the minds of Browns fans this preseason with Kizer's emergence and Myles Garrett looking like a great choice at No. 1, the past week has been a sobering reminder that this is Cleveland. The Browns offense will not be the highest-octane offense the Steelers face, but if it is unable to hold the Browns in check, then the season may be a long one for Butler's unit.

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While the attention on the defensive side of the ball will surely be the presence of long-time Cleveland Brown Joe Haden in black and gold and former Steeler Sammie Coates lining up for Cleveland, a much larger story will be how the front seven of the Steelers can perform.

But with a loss comes negatives as well.

The Browns cut the Steelers' lead down to three points, 21-18, on Kizer's first career touchdown pass and a two-point conversion run from Crowell with 3:36 to play in the fourth quarter of the 2017 regular-season opener.

This team has a qualified individual at quarterback, who just needs more experience.

Chickillo, a sixth-round draft pick in 2015, recorded 2 1/2 sacks last season with two forced fumbles and 29 tackles in 15 games (seven starts).

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