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Steelers dominate Browns in emotional win for the city

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Steelers fans unite at Heinz Field

Steelers fans unite at Heinz Field

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Steelers fans unite at Heinz Field

Matthew Szymanowski, Deputy Sports Editor

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A day after 11 people were killed in a synagogue just six miles away from Heinz Field, the Steelers routed the Browns 33-18 in a huge win for the city.

“Me and my wife, we have some dear friends that – I can’t go into detail and I don’t want to, but – they were affected by it. And, it just, it hit too, it hit too much home,” Cam Heyward said. “Um, and, we just had to, we had to — we just kept talking about it.”

“I probably live 800 yards from that church,” Tomlin said. (Jacob Klinger, Penn Live)

A moment of silence was held in honor of the victims of the shooting.

Early on in the game, the Browns kicked two field goals and entered the 2nd quarter with a 6-0 lead. Then the Steelers woke up with Ben connecting to AB on a 43-yard touchdown pass to take a 7-6 lead.

The Steelers didn’t look back from there. Ben and AB connected again with 8 seconds to go in the quarter to take a 14-6 lead at the half.

An early safety put the Steelers up by 10 in the 2nd half. After a quick Browns score, James Conner pushed through the Browns defense for a 12-yard touchdown run to put the Steelers up 23-12.

Conner would do on to score again on a 22-yard run and the Steelers would close out the Browns 33-18.

The Steelers remain in 1st place in the AFC North with a record of 4-2-1. Their next game is Sunday, Nov 4, against their rival the Ravens in Baltimore at 1 p.m.

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Matthew Szymanowski, Deputy Sports Editor

On the local baseball field, or at almost every MLB stadium is where you can find Matt Szymanowski.

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