2008 Steelers 10 at Browns 6
September 14, 2008
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2008 Steelers 10 at Browns 6 SNF

Ignoring his separated right shoulder and wind gusts of 60 mph on a nasty, rainy night in Cleveland, Big Ben hits Ward for an 11-yd TD strike midway through the 2nd quarter and that's all the points the Steelers need to win their 10th straight over Cleveland. Following his score, Ward celebrates by kicking his feet behind him like a dog doing its business toward the Dawg Pound. LOL.

The Browns finally cross midfield in the final 2 minutes of the first half, driving to the Steelers' 11 with 8 seconds left. But Troy Polmalu makes a diving interception of a poorly thrown Derek Anderson pass to end the threat and the half. Jeff Reed adds a 48-yd FG in the 3rd and the Steelers hold off a late Cleveland rally after Phil Dawson kicks FGs of 31 and 38 yds, the second one with 3:21 left to pull the Browns to 10-6. But it's too little, too late as Ben hits Miller for 19 and Willie Parker (28 att, 105 yds) breaks free on a 19-yd run as the Steelers run the clock down.

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