Steelers 26, Browns 22



The Gazette, Colorado Springs


Pittsburgh: T.J. Watt scooped up a fumble by Deshaun Watson and ran 17 yards for the go-ahead touchdown midway through the fourth, and Pittsburgh beat Cleveland in a game overshadowed by a serious knee injury to Cleveland star running back Nick Chubb. The Steelers (1-1) beat the Browns (1-1) for the 20th straight time at home in the regular season when outside linebacker Alex Highsmith — who returned an interception for a touchdown on the game’s first snap — beat Cleveland left tackle Jedrick Wills Jr. off the edge and chopped the ball out of Watson’s hands. Watt picked it up and raced home as Pittsburgh extended its home winning streak on Monday night to 21 dating to 1991. Cleveland allowed two defensive TDS for the first time since 1983.