Found November 27, 2012 on Steelers Depot:
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The Pittsburgh Steelers lost to the Cleveland Browns 20-14 Sunday and below are my second half notes from the game. Here are my first half notes in case you missed them. The Steelers start off the second half with a quick screen to the right to Mike Wallace, but Mike Adams is flagged for holding on the play. It was a stupid penalty to take as Charlie Batch had long gotten rid of the football. Heath Miller then proceeds to truck safety Usama Young on a screen. There were quite a few screens on this drive as Todd Haley was obviously trying to build some confidence in Batch. It should be noted that Read more [...]
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