Found January 01, 2012 on Cleveland Sports 360:
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Peyton Hillis will have a big day today when the Cleveland Browns take on the Pittsburgh Steelers in Cleveland, Ohio this afternoon. Hillis has 557 rushing yards this season, 211 of those yards coming in the last two games.  Hillis now says he beleaves in the Madden curse, even though Hillis had to overcome some health issues to get back to his form,Hillis will be looking to impress the Browns front office this afternoon. The Browns didn’t get together with Hillis on a new contract yet. Hillis at one point of the season was at odds with his team mates and now things seem to be smoothed out for the bruising back. Today will be Peyton Hillis’s last day to show how much he can help the Cleveland struggling offense.  Hillis has to go out today with one thing on his mind, that is to gain positive yards and to help the Browns win over Pittsburgh. If Peyton Hillis can continue what he has done the past two weeks, the Cleveland Browns front office will have to take notice. Hillis will becom...
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