Well, that certainly was unexpected. Breaking tradition, the Cleveland Browns come away from week 1 without a loss to add to what seems to be an endless string. They don’t get a win either, however, as for the first time in three decades the good guys play to a tie, squaring up the (rightfully) hated Pittsburgh Steelers 21-21 at FOSFEF.
Lots to unpack in this one:
- On one hand, very sloppy game
- On the other hand, tremendous effort to pull it together at the end
- The rain had a pretty major impact
- The special teams are a concern
- Myles Garrett is officially a force of nature
- Denzel Ward will be joining him there shortly
- Substantial pressure from the defense
- In the end, much to be pleased with and much to be concerned with
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