Keeping hope alive! Cleveland Browns overcome offensive struggles to beat Pittsburgh Steelers 13-10
The Cleveland Browns earned a hard-fought 13-10 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, with an eventful game culminating in a winning 34-yard field goal by Dustin Hopkins. Despite a rocky performance from rookie quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson, the Browns emerged triumphant and improved their record to 7-3, securing second place in the AFC North standings.
Thompson-Robinson, who stepped in following starting quarterback Deshaun Watson’s season-ending shoulder injury, struggled at times but ultimately led the Browns to victory. The win marked the team’s best start since their 2020 playoff run, setting the stage for a promising season.
The game also had historical significance, as the Browns’ head coach Kevin Stefanski awarded the game ball to Jim Donovan, the “Voice of the Browns” and 3News sports anchor. Donovan returned to his play-by-play duties following a 10-week leave of absence to undergo treatment for leukemia, making his comeback a memorable moment for the team and fans alike.
Looking ahead, the Browns will embark on a two-game road trip, starting with a matchup against the Denver Broncos. As the team continues to make strides in the current season, their victory over the Steelers serves as a testament to their resilience and determination.