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Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cleveland Browns Winners and Losers

The Pittsburgh Steelers were 30-9 winners over the Cleveland Browns in Week 10, but even after a win there are players labeled "Winners" and those dubbed "Losers". Time to distinguish the difference between the two.

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The Pittsburgh Steelers were victorious in Week 10 at home against the Cleveland Browns. Their 30-9 win over their AFC North rivals moves their record to 6-4 heading into the bye week. After the game, it is time to label some players 'Winners' and some dubbed 'Losers'. Take a look at who falls into which category as the team goes into a much needed off week.


Ben Roethlisberger - Coming off the bench after what many thought would be a season-ending injury last week, Roethlisberger lights up the scoreboard with 22 completions on 33 attempts, 379 yards, three touchdowns and one interception as well as a two-point conversion. He pulverized the Cleveland Browns yet again, throwing several passes on the money deep down the field for two of our other winners to make plays on.

Antonio Brown - The unstoppable receiver that is Antonio Brown lit it up for a second straight week hauling in ten receptions for 139 yards and two touchdowns. He and Roethlisberger are going to be in the nightmares of Browns' fans for years to come.

Martavis Bryant - Though he had a up and down performance last week and he started with a fumble this week, Bryant has to be a winner with how well he stretched the field and made Roethlisberger's job easier to complete. Bryant's flat-out speed and size helped him gain 178 yards on six catches and a touchdown. Him and Bryant might end up having the top two performances of receivers in the NFL for week ten.

Mike Mitchell - Mitchell knows how to deliver the boom, but he also gains his third interception with the red zone turnover he created off a pass from Johnny Manziel. He has two interceptions and two forced fumbles to his name, and anyone that wanted him gone last season has since been quieted.

Will Allen - Allen led the team with nine tackles and brought some big hits to receivers for a second straight week. He also forced a crucial early turnover when his forced fumble turned around a Browns drive.

Lawrence Timmons - Seven tackles, three assists and a sack. Timmons was all over the field yet again and also had some big hits. He also had several plays where he was spot on with his coverage skills and limited Manziel's early reads over the middle of the field.


Cody Wallace - Wallace has been adequate many times this season, but today he missed several blocks and had a hard time directing Danny Shelton away from the play. If the team can get Maurkice Pouncey back it will be a bigger return than any one might have expected. Add the dominating leader to this already imposing offensive line and there may be no stopping them.

Jacoby Jones - After fumbling the ball multiple times this game and not bringing anything positive to the team, Jones has proven to be even more a liability than Dri Archer. The Steelers might need another roster spot soon and Jones could be the primary candidate to open up for the spot.

The Browns - Because Ed Bouchette said it best:

Honorable Mentions:

Bud Dupree -The young man is out there playing fundamental football and keeping the outside contain on several plays. Though he did not add to his sack total today, he performed admirably the way a rookie first round draft pick is supposed to today.

William Gay - Gay had seven tackles today with some of them coming at the line of scrimmage in run support. In coverage he limited players after the catch and was the ever reliable Willie Gay.

Ryan Shazier - Five tackles and a big sack today, a solid bounce-back performance after a hard time last week.