The Browns’ defense may be the key to a playoff run despite their struggling offense. Today, Cleveland emerged victorious with a hard-fought 13-10 win over Pittsburgh, which was a crucial game in the AFC North and wild card race.
The victory wasn’t without its challenges, as rookie quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson only managed 165 passing yards on 24-of-43 passing and threw an interception. However, the Browns’ defense put up a strong performance, holding Steelers quarterback Kenny Pickett to just 93 passing yards.
Although the Browns’ offense left much to be desired, they can feel confident about their win and the strength of their defense. The 7-3 Browns are now in prime position to make the playoffs, while the 6-4 Steelers remain in contention but suffered a tough loss.