Published: Tue, September 11, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Le'Veon Bell used emoji to respond to Steelers tie

Le'Veon Bell used emoji to respond to Steelers tie

Ask DeCastro why they struggled so much slowing down Browns' defensive end Myles Garrett but don't ask him if things could be better if Bell had been there.

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns tied 21-21 Sunday following a scoreless overtime.

Bell is in the middle of a contract dispute with Pittsburgh and missed Week 1 because he did not report to the Steelers before Saturday's 4 p.m. deadline.

Tyrod Taylor's 17-yard touchdown pass to Josh Gordon sent it to overtime, and neither team could find a way to win it on a wet, sloppy field.

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Jackson stiffened when he was asked what kind of leash he intends to have on Taylor, who was acquired in March from Buffalo and will start until the Browns feel the No. 1 overall pick Mayfield is ready.

The Browns, trailing 7-0 at the half, came out in the third quarter and ran it down to the Steelers' throats to the tune of 76 yards on an all-rush 10-play TD drive. Watt had two quarterback hurries but was unable to sack Brady.

"Cam has a real good skill set, and I'm glad he was able to show it as a rookie", Davis said.

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The two-time Pro Bowler left the game at Cleveland after pulling up on a special-teams play.

The only signs of a hamstring injury he suffered during the second half of Sunday's 21-21 tie against the Browns were a couple of "cupping" marks left behind from the recently-completed treatment he received at the UPMC Rooney Sports Complex. They put together a frantic offensive flurry in the fourth quarter.

Sometimes, you have to try those - especially when a defense is playing like the Browns were. The Browns and the Steelers tied at 21.

Ben Roethlisberger turned the ball over four times, including a fumble in overtime that should have ended the game.

Bell's locker remained empty on Monday, though Joe Haden's was not.

Harrison wasn't the only offending Cleveland player as the Browns were called for 11 penalties for 87 yards.

Ward picked off Roethlisberger again with 42 seconds left in the half when he grabbed a short pass to the right intended for Jesse James at the Browns' 29 and returned it 26 yards to the Pittsburgh 45. James Conner also scored on a 22-yard touchdown run in the third-quarter.

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