When Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam, a self-confessed Steelers fan, bought the team, he said one of his first priorities was to revive the Cleveland-Pittsburgh rivalry. Yes, there used to be a rivalry. Long ago. The Steelers have beaten Cleveland 16 of the past 17 games, but with injuries mounted in Steel City, especially that of QB Ben Roethlisberger, confidence is flowing in this matchup for Browns fans and players alike. "The first thing I heard from fans when I got in town is, 'If you beat the Steelers you don't buy a steak for a long time,' " Browns QB Brandon Weeden told the Associated Press, via the Ashland Times-Gazette.