Browns Win First Playoff Game Since 1994

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The Cleveland Browns and the Pittsburgh Steelers faced off on Sunday night of Super Wild Card Weekend. For the first time since 1994 the Browns won a playoff game as they upset the Steelers 48-37.

Cleveland was without multiple key players and a head coach due to COVID-19 but turnovers were on their side. Pittsburgh had five in the game and 3 of Big Bens 4 interceptions came in the first half. The Browns capitalized off of Ben's mistakes building a stunning 28 point lead. Although Roethlisberger set the record for most completions in an NFL game, it wasn’t enough to get the win.

The Browns had big performances from Jarvis Landry, Nick Chubb and Baker Mayfield who threw 263 yards,3 touchdowns and had 0 interceptions. The Cleveland Browns will now travel to Kansas City to face the reigning Super Bowl Champion Chiefs.