Originally posted on This Given Sunday  |  Last updated 11/26/12
It was a bad day all around for the Pittsburgh Steelers, and more so for one Steelers fan who found both his team and his car torched in Cleveland. Steelers-Browns: As you might expect from a Browns game, there were 9 turnovers. Fortunately for Cleveland, Pittsburgh committed 8 of them. — Not Bill Walton (@NotBillWalton) November 26, 2012 Eyewitnesses claim that the fan parked his car over hot charcoal. Others say it was torched. Police suspect Steelers running backs who found the ball too hot to handle. Each Steelers' RB was successfully able to carrying their equipment to the team bus without dropping it — Evil Mike Tomlin (@EvilMikeTomlin) November 25, 2012 How does an owner file an insurance claim on a thing like this? Hello, Discount Double Choke Insurance Agency. We understand your epic fails, A. Rodgers speaking. Hello. My car burned up in a fire. Wow. How did that happen?  Drove it to Cleveland and got blown up by the Browns.  Wait. WHAT? Cleveland? The BROWNS blew up something from Pittsburgh? That's suspicious. Never happened before. I'm sure the commissioner will review the claim. But, you car is worth a buck and I'd like to send you a check. May I have that in change, please? Why? Because I'd like to get four complete quarters in Cleveland. Maybe that will light a fire under those guys.    

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