By Don Delco
OBR Browns Reporter
CLEVELAND Pittsburgh Steelers' four-point fourth-quarter lead was in the hands of its back-up running back Isaac Redman.
Those hands proved to be unreliable.
Redman fumbled on two consecutive Pittsburgh possessions to the Browns golden opportunities to take the lead.
As if the Browns wanted to display a microcosm of the 2011 season, their offense failed to score any points off the two turnovers.
"We just got to keep trying and keep giving (the offense) the ball," said Browns cornerback Joe Haden, who recovered Redman's second fumble with 5:49 left in the game. "It just didn't go our way."
It went the Steelers way for the 16th time in 17 meetings between these two teams including two times in 2011. Yet, for the second time this season, the Browns defense held the Steelers offense in check.
"(The defense is) opportunistic," Browns coach Pat Shurmur said. "We kept points off the board. With our team you can't look at total yardage. You got to fo...