Conversely, there's no breathing easy for the Cincinnati Bengals (34 points), Chiefs (38) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (48), even though they lighted up their scoreboards Sunday.
But the Browns played well, and the Steelers were sloppy, with three interceptions by Ben Roethlisberger. Brady engineered touchdown drives of 75 and 78 yards in the second quarter. As Bell continued his holdout in warm and dry South Florida, James Conner filled in and scored two touchdowns while running for 135 yards - just nine fewer than he gained as a rookie last season.
Two more interceptions by Roethlisberger would define the rest of the half for the Steelers' offense. And Taylor's only interception occurred on first-and-10 at the Steelers' 43-yard line when he threw deep for Gordon, who had a step on Sutton before Sutton came down with the ball at the Steelers' 8-yard line with 16 seconds left in regulation. This lead to the Steelers holding onto that 7-0 lead heading into the locker room break.
The Browns remain winless since December 24, 2016, but at least they have a positive after going 0-16 last season, just the second team to lose all 16 games.
The first one came with 5:22 left in the first quarter after Roethlisberger moved Pittsburgh to the 18 on a 27-yard pass JuJu Smith-Schuster.
The Pittsburgh Steelers and the Cleveland Browns played a 21-21 tie.
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"I saw it just like you did", Jackson said Sunday. The third one, they just let the game go to the half - which was understandable and deserves a pass.
"The personnel group got him out there on the first play, " Jackson said Sunday night. He exploded for 146 yards and two touchdowns in the opener.
- And the Cleveland Browns looked to be vastly improved from the team that went 1-15 in 2016.
"Disappointed for our fans", said an exasperated Jackson, who fell to 1-31-1 with Cleveland. God help us all if the Browns are 1-0-1 in a week's time. On a pass intended for Antonio Brown on the right side, Ward layed out and swiped the ball in traffic at the Steelers' 10. "So to talk about it, what's it going to do?" Once again, they went three-and-out, and this time, they had another special-teams gaffe.
Myles Garrett was the best player on the field.
They sacked Tyrod Taylor seven times - including four times by outside linebacker TJ Watt, they were also called for a dozen penalties and couldn't hold on to the ball. Just like that the air left FirstEnergy Stadium as the Browns were destined for a tie barring an unbelievable play by Roethlisberger giving Cleveland a loss or the Browns forcing another turnover and running it into the end zone.