Originally written on Steel City Blitz  |  Last updated 11/18/14

CINCINNATI - SEPTEMBER 27: Mike Tomlin the Head Coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers is pictured during the NFL game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on September 27, 2009 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
It’s really not much fun spending the week leading up to the final game of the year talking about the upcoming offseason so much, but it is what it is (man I’ve been listening to Mike Tomlin too much I think). Even if this game is against the Browns, and means nothing for Pittsburgh other than finishing at .500 technically, we can’t forget that every year the Cleveland Browns play two Super Bowls, against the Steelers. Most fans in Cleveland will admit that playing Pittsburgh is the highlight of their season most of the time. Well, the Steelers and maybe the rival Baltimore Ravens too, but the Steelers still hold a special place in their hearts. Well, something like that. Since 2000, the Browns have only beaten the Steelers 4 times; once in 2000, once in 2003, once in 2009, and of course this season. They haven’t swept Pittsburgh since 1988, incidentally 1986-1988 they beat the Steelers all 6 games they played. It’s easy to see why they take so much pride in beating their old AFL ri...
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