In case Dan Fouts didn't show this enough during the broadcast, here it is again.
Instead, he was given a 15-yard penalty for unnecessary roughness (apparently it's specifically stated in the rule book a player's foot cannot strike the head of a player if he attempts to leap over a tackler...oh wait). That only set up the best run of Le'Veon Bell's young career as the Steelers put the screws to the Browns in a dominating first half in Week 1.
Pittsburgh scored three touchdowns and got a Shaun Suisham field goal en route to a 24-3 halftime lead. Cleveland was maybe only slightly better than they were in Pittsburgh's 20-6 win in Week 17 last year, but even that's a stretch.