Pittsburgh was able to avoid a season sweep by Cleveland and finish the season on a mediocre-high note, but there are some changes coming.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Cleveland Browns coach Pat Shurmur addressed his team a little longer than usual after it closed its season with a 24-10 loss to the rival Steelers.
Can a healthier Steeler team, with Big Ben under center, stop the losing streak bleeding and avenge an earlier loss to the Browns?
The Steelers end their season this Sunday at Heinz Field against the Cleveland Browns. A playoff run is gone, but avoiding a losing season, not to mention pride, is still on the line.
Cleveland looks to do something that they haven’t done for close to 25 years, and that’s get a season sweep over the Steelers.
Week 17 bring the hated Cleveland Browns to Heinz Field. Take a look behind the enemy lines.
The Pittsburgh Steelers dropped another one in the final seconds of the game. Sunday’s loss to the Cincinnati Bengals was particularly disappointing because it knocked the Steelers out of the playoff race.
The Pittsburgh Steelers enter the last two weeks of the 2012 regular season 7-7 with healthy players and wins as elusive as ever. Without an escape plan, the Steelers will need to focus on their goal if they hope to land anywhere near the playoffs. For a free-falling Pittsburgh team, the answer isn’t to bail out but to engage.
Before we move on to Week 15 of the NFL season, let’s take our weekly look back at the week that was in the NFL for week 14.
Let’s take our weekly look back at the week that was in the NFL for week 12.
It didn’t matter who was under center in Cleveland on Sunday when not a single running back was immune from fumbleitis.
In what could be considered the ugliest game the Pittsburgh Steelers have played during the 2012 NFL Season, turnovers killed any chance they had to come back against the Cleveland Browns in an AFC North game that could have helped their cause in the playoff race. Read how the different units of the Steelers fared and their game grade.
In an AFC North matchup, the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-4) will face the Cleveland Browns (2-8) at Cleveland Browns Stadium on Sunday. While most are picking Pittsburgh to have an easy win, the Steelers don’t feel they can count Cleveland out. The Browns think they have the keys to make a difference in the game.
The Pittsburgh Steelers entered practice on Wednesday feeling the intensity in the atmosphere as Plaxico Burress and Brian Hoyer had their first full session with quarterback Charlie Batch at the helm. Focused on a win against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday, the team is preparing for a competitive battle. David DeCastro returned for the first time since a preseason knee injury.
The Cleveland Browns have been the typical Cleveland Browns during the 2012 season. With a record of 2-8, only Jacksonville and Kansas City have worse records this season.