The Cleveland Browns are building for the future - and it's a good thing, too, because the present looks very grim indeed.
The Browns' offense struggled to move the ball on their first two drives of the game, but on the third, everything clicked, and they drew even with the Pittsburgh Steelers, 7-7, when Kizer rushed for a touchdown with 22 seconds to play in the first quarter. The Steelers ranked 16th in the league in passing yards allowed last season and can use Haden's playmaking abilities as they pursue their fourth straight playoff appearance. The starter at right outside linebacker, T.J. Watt is another strong addition.
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The Steelers made life miserable for the Browns quarterback - this time Kizer.
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That's a great way to start one's career. He just missed picking off a pass in the second quarter.
Roethlisberger lobbed his deep pass near Pittsburgh's sideline toward Brown, who went up over Browns defensive back Jason McCourty and hauled in the game's biggest catch. QB Cody Kessler, who is 0-8 as a starter last season with the Browns previous year, was inactive.