Roethlisberger went to an 8-for-8 in an eight-game trip, 84 yards, including a 17-yard touch pass to the tight end of Eric Ebron. A two-point diversion attempt failed in an incomplete pass back by James Conner, who kept the score at Brown 35, Steelers 16, with 7:22 remaining in the third quarter.
The Steelers ‘next possession covered 68 yards in 12 plays in 3:25 and ended with a touchdown pass from Roethlisberger to wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster in fourth place and goal from Browns’ 5-yard streak. Kicker Chris Boswell’s extra point put the Steelers back in 11 at 35-23 with a 2:57 left in third.
Brown responded to their next possession with a screen from Mayfield back Nick Chubb who went 40 yards for the landing. Barkey’s extra point gave Browns a 42-23 lead leaving 12:52 in fourth.
The Steelers responded with four games, 76 yards at 1:24, the final 29 came on Rothlesberger’s pass to Claypool for the touchdown. Roethlisberger’s incomplete throwing for Smith Shuster in a two-point attempt kept Brown’s lead at 13 at 42-29 with 11:08 left in fourth.
Cleveland added a 24-yard field goal by Parkey with 4:28 left to get a 45-29 pad.
Brown had possession of the ball for 5:20 in the first quarter, scoring 28 points.
Point chain starts in the first offensive shot of the game. Morcis Bouncey’s surprise rifle sailed over Rothlisberger’s head in the 1st and 10th places of 22 Steelers and Salameh Brown recovered Carl Joseph in the finish zone for the touchdown. Barkey’s extra point gave Brown a 7-0 lead with a 14:46 leftover in the first quarter.