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Amari Cooper stars for the Cleveland Browns with his second consecutive 100-yard game in their win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Watch the NFL live on Sky Sports on Sundays at 6pm – Week 3 starts with the Bills @Dolphins Treble, followed by the Packers @Buccaneers and the 49ers @Broncos

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Highlights Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cleveland Browns in Week Three of the NFL Season

Highlights Pittsburgh Steelers vs Cleveland Browns in Week Three of the NFL Season

Jacobi Brissett threw two touchdown passes, Nick Chubb ran to score, and the Cleveland Browns recovered from their shock defeat four days ago to defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers 29-17 Thursday night.

game story

The Browns (2-1) built a nine-point lead early in the fourth in Chubb’s one-yard race and then stuck it out for dear life.

Pittsburgh (1-2) pulled out within 23-17 on Chris Boswell’s 34-yard field goal with 1:48 left before attempting a kick to the side. But unlike Sunday’s 31-30 loss, when the New York Jets overcame a 13-point deficit in the final 1:55 with the help of a recovery, Brown hit the ball out of bounds.

Cleveland fans could finally exhale when cornerback Denzel Ward landed the Steelers stumbling in the end zone in the final play for a meaningless touchdown.

George Pickens of the Pittsburgh Steelers produced the best candidates of the year with this stunning one-handed grab.  But is it better than Odell Beckham's hunt against the Dallas Cowboys in 2014?

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George Pickens of the Pittsburgh Steelers produced the best candidates of the year with this stunning one-handed grab. But is it better than Odell Beckham’s hunt against the Dallas Cowboys in 2014?

George Pickens of the Pittsburgh Steelers produced the best candidates of the year with this stunning one-handed grab. But is it better than Odell Beckham’s hunt against the Dallas Cowboys in 2014?

Brissett reached out to Amari Cooper and David Njoku for a touchdown, finishing in 21 of 31 for 220 yards. The 29-year-old had his second solid game in a row when he was playing while Deshaun Watson offers an 11-game ban.

Chubb finished with 113 yards and pushed Wolf across the goal line in fourth and the goal just before 9:29 left to put Brown ahead 23-14.

The stagnant attack of Mitch Trubisky and the Steelers showed signs of life in the first half, but they faltered after the break, running into their first three possessions while only gaining 54 yards. Criticized for not throwing the ball deep in the first two weeks, Trubisky fired a few long balls but didn’t connect enough.

Rocky Kid York’s 34-yard field goal gave Browns a 16-14 lead in the third quarter, when Cleveland lost four players, including key players Anthony Walker Jr. and Jeremiah Owusu-Kuramoah, to injuries.

Brissett’s seven-yard TD pass to Njoku lifted the Browns 13-7 with 8:58 left before halftime, but York missed an extra point for the second week in a row.

Trubisky led the Steelers for a 75-yard run — 51 yards coming off the ground — before the quarterback rolled right and scored from the one-yard line. Boswell’s PAT put Pittsburgh ahead 14-13.

George Pickens, the Steelers’ rookie receiver, expressed his frustration at not getting the ball during the loss to New England last week, saying he was open 90 percent of the time. Trubisky finally hit it with a long ball, but it took Pickens a stunning one-handed shot to make a 36-yard gain.

Statistics leaders

Brown

  • Passing: Jacobi Brissett, 21/31, 220 yards, 2 TDs
  • Rushing: Nick Chubb, 23 carries, 113 yards, one TD
  • Pick up: Amari Cooper, seven grabs, 101 yards, 1 TD

Steelers

  • Passing: Mitchell Trubesky, 20/32, 207 yards
  • Rushing: Nagy Harris, 15 carries, 56 yards, 1 TD
  • Receiving: Deontay Johnson, eight grabs, 84 yards

Scoring summary

Scoring summary

First Quarter
Steelers 0-7 browns Jacoby Brissett 11-yard pass from TD to Jacoby Brissett (bonus point)
Second Quarter
Steelers 7-7 browns Nagy Harris five-yard TD dash (extra point)
Steelers 7-13 Browns Jacobi Brissett’s seven-yard pass from TD to David Njoku (extra point lost)
Steelers 14-13 Browns Mitch Trubisky one yard dash TD (extra point)
Third quarter
Steelers 14-16 browns Kid York 34 yards field goal
The fourth quarter
Steelers 14-23 Browns Nick Chubb Yard One Rush TD (Extra Point)
Steelers 17-23 Browns Field goal Chris Boswell 34 yards
Steelers 17-29 Browns Denzel Ward stumbles in the end zone

What they said… the Steelers lacked ‘consistency’

Brown’s coach, Kevin Stefansky: “That’s just an amazing win for the team. I’m really proud of these guys for fighting. A short week with everything last Sunday.

“For these players, first of all they fought to get to this game which is not easy, but then to fight for 60 minutes I thought it was really a win for the team. I think it was offensive, defensive and special all the teams working together to get the W in front of our fans that was Brilliant tonight. I really felt like they brought it on.

“I’m trying to find new ways to tell you how much I like No. 2 (Amari Cooper). He’s really really smart. He’s a great teammate. He runs every way imaginable – slashes, balls, double moves or you name it. I just think he’s very versatile.” It’s a great physical receiver. Trustworthy. I really enjoy the Number 2. “

Steelers quarterback, Mitch Trubesky: “We just have to be better in the second half and I think in the first half we did well. We got there, not just where we should be and we need to win. In the first half we made strides in the right direction but the second half It wasn’t good enough.

“The inconsistency, I would say in the second half. So, it was just inconsistent and those plays we needed weren’t hit. We hit some in the first half and that’s why we scored 14 points. Three points in the second half aren’t going to do that from Yeah. I’d say not putting the two halves together would be inconsistent.”

What’s Next?

Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady will probably meet one last time

Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady will probably meet one last time

Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady; Two of the all-time NFL greats meet for only the fifth time in their careers in the Hall of Fame, Live on Sky Sports on Sunday.

The week three head-to-head match starts live with the Buffalo Bills (2-0) traveling to the Miami Dolphins (2-0) in a showdown between two undefeated AFC East teams.

live NFL

September 25, 2022, 5:00 p.m.

go on with your life

Buffalo, a favorite of many in the Super Bowl, was hugely impressive to start the season, easily beating defending champion Los Angeles Rams 31-10, before following that with a 41-7 strike from the Tennessee Titans, star quarterback Josh Allen threw four touchdowns to take his tally to seven for the season.

After that group fight to whet the appetite, Rodgers and Brady will serve as the main course at the Green Bay Packers (1-1) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-0) in Tampa, with kick-off at 9.25 p.m.

Wrapping up Sunday night’s events, we’re joining our NBC friends for Football Night in America And Sunday Night Football, to watch Jimmy Garoppolo lead his San Francisco 49ers (1-1) to Denver to take on a familiar opponent in former Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and the Broncos (1-1)—game starts at 1.20 a.m. early. on Monday.

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September 26, 2022, 1:15 am

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On Monday night, week three wrapped up with another fierce tag team battle as the Dallas Cowboys (1-1) are on track to take on the New York Giants (2-0), one of the surprise packages of the 2022 season so far after defeating the Titans and the Carolina Panthers. Watch live on Sky Sports NFL from 1.15am on Tuesday.

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