The Pittsburgh Steelers (4-5) head to Cleveland to take on the Browns (0-10) on Sunday.
The Steelers come in just a game behind the AFC North leading Baltimore Ravens. With big matchups looming against Indianapolis, NY Giants and Cincinnati, the Steelers will look to get their offense rolling against Cleveland.
The big three in Pittsburgh’s offense, Le’Veon Bell, Ben Roethlisberger and Antonio Brown, haven’t been able to play to many games all together this season. Although the Steelers lost to the NFL’s top team, Dallas, the offense managed to put up 30 points on the board and find their rhythm.
Cleveland comes in ranked No. 31 in the NFL in points allowed, averaging 30.1 per game. The Steelers’ offensive scoring totals took a bit of a hit due to absences from star players, but they still rank in the top half of the NFL with 23.8 points per game.
Even with those absences, including missed time from Roethlisberger, the Steelers still rank No. 4 in the NFL in passing yards (279.4 per game). Last week, Roethlisberger threw for 408 yards and three touchdowns, while Brown and Bell sat atop the team’s receiving totals, combining for 23 receptions for 231 yards and a touchdown each.
Kickoff in Cleveland is set for 1:00 ET.