CLEVELAND -- What sounded crazy in September is reality in December. The Cleveland Browns have caught the Pittsburgh Steelers.
On a surreal, snowy Sunday, Cleveland defeated the Buffalo Bills 8-0 and tied Pittsburgh for first in the AFC North at 9-5 for the season. Sure, the Steelers hold a tiebreaker edge with two wins over the Browns, but Pittsburgh has lost two straight and faces a quick turnaround game Thursday at the St. Louis Rams.
No wonder the Browns, who have ...
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