Sunday, September 14, 2008

Steelers 10, Browns 6

Well, it's not the most dynamic Steelers game ever, but this is a good win to have, and the defense looks good. Roethlisberger comes up with a handful of huge pass plays even in the remnants of Hurricane Ike, though I hope we don't have to worry about that shoulder. Much of the story is still the Browns' shoddiness near the end zone, especially the awful clock management by Romeo Crennell.

Watched this one in the quietude of my own apartment, though with liberal texting back and forth with Nate: the nothin'-special status quo for nationally broadcast games.

Happy workweek, everyone. . . .


Blogger nate said...

Yeah, Cleveland's offense seemed pretty poorly managed when it mattered (plenty of credit to Polamalu for that heads-up-looking interception to put the kibosh on that last drive before halftime). Clock management looked like a big part of it but I mostly can't figure out why the Browns chose to run this play with less than two minutes left in the half...

9/15/2008 12:31 AM  

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