Cleveland Browns: 3-Step blueprint to Week 13 victory over Steelers
The Cleveland Browns are one game away from getting their season back on track at 6-6. Standing in their way: the rival Pittsburgh Steelers. Here’s how the Browns can have a successful trip to Heinz Field and sweep Pittsburgh.
Don’t look now, but the Cleveland Browns are rolling. On the verge of their season-ending, the Browns stood at 2-6 with their backs against the wall less than a month ago. Since then, they’ve won their last three at home, with signature victories over the 8-3 Buffalo Bills and Cleveland’s arch-rival, the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Now, the Browns must travel to Pittsburgh for another date with the Steelers. The Browns haven’t won inside the unfriendly confines of Heinz Field since 2003. In order to break that losing streak, they’re going to have to game plan extremely well.
The Browns have all the talent in the world, especially on the offensive side of the football. That amount of talent should be able to take down new starting quarterback Devlin “Duck” Hodges and the Steelers today. But in this rivalry, stranger things have happened. And the Browns need to show that they are up for the task of weathering the storm.
With the events of Week 11’s in-game brawl between Myles Garrett and Mason Rudolph firmly reigniting the rivalry, the Browns and Steelers will now face off just two short weeks later. Cleveland is one game away from 6-6 and .500 on the season with a serious playoff shot. In their way stand the hated Steelers. This is Cleveland’s blueprint to sweep the Steelers for the first time since 1988.