Antonio Brown's big day helps Steelers beat Browns, 21-18

It was unique game at FirstEnergy Stadium on Sunday as the Cleveland Browns came in with a four-game preseason winning streak and the Pittsburgh Steelers came in as an actual NFL football team.

Browns will send rookie DeShone Kizer as the starting quarterback on Sunday and now head coach Hue Jackson has named second-year player Kevin Hogan as the backup QB. They deferred after winning the coin toss, drove the Browns backward on three plays and then blocked a punt by Britton Colquitt.

Pittsburgh linebacker Tyler Matakevich burst through the line and Anthony Chickillo jumped on it in the end zone, ending Cleveland's first drive of the season in tremendous failure. Kizer scored two plays later.

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While the attention on the defensive side of the ball will surely be the presence of long-time Cleveland Brown Joe Haden in black and gold and former Steeler Sammie Coates lining up for Cleveland, a much larger story will be how the front seven of the Steelers can perform.

But the Browns couldn't stop Pro Bowl wide receiver Antonio Brown, who made a leaping catch in traffic for 38 yards with 2:26 left to seal Pittsburgh's win.

Despite taking two sacks that spoiled the Browns' second drive of the game, Kizer completed six of his seven attempts for 45 yards in the first quarter. After a draw play, the Browns lined up to punt.

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