In the third quarter, Hodges helped put the Steelers in the lead for good when he hit Washington again for 44 yards. “Duck has been a leader since he stepped foot on the Steelers’ facility,” Snell said after the game. “I witnessed it firsthand, so I always have my trust in Duck.”On the next drive, the Steelers' defense did its part. Linebacker Bud Dupree sacked Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield, who fumbled as he fell to the ground, giving the Steelers the ball at midfield. The Browns beat the Steelers and the Baltimore Ravens in the same season for the first time since returning to the N.F.L.
Source: New York Times December 01, 2019 23:03 UTC