Tech Gaming Report

Latest Tech & Gaming News

Cleveland Browns attack Pittsburgh Steelers from a jump at 28 Q1 points

Cleveland Browns attack Pittsburgh Steelers from a jump at 28 Q1 points

The start of the Cleveland Browns playoffs game for the first time in 18 years couldn’t go any further on Sunday night.

In the first play of the contest, Pittsburgh Steelers center Mokis Pouncy snapped the ball to quarterback Ben Roethlisberger’s head. After competing for the ball, Cleveland’s Karl Joseph regained the ball in the end zone, giving Browns a 7-0 lead in a wildcard playoff game at Heinz Field.

According to ESPN Stats & Information data, the last defensive touchdown on the first play from Scrimmage was in the first week of 2018, when Samdernold threw a pick 6 on his first career pass at the New York Jets. It’s time.

It didn’t take long for Browns to add to it. MJ Stewart Jr. intercepted Roethlisberger on a subsequent drive, and Baker Mayfield forced the Steelers to pay for a 40-yard touchdown strike to Jarvis Laundry. It was the first time since 2000 that the Browns scored 14 points against the Steelers in the first quarter, and Cleveland continued to win.

Kareem Hunt extended his lead to 28-0 in two touchdown runs. The latter was set up by another Roethlisberger passcut. The Browns are the first team to score 28 points in the first quarter of the playoff game since the Raiders vs. Oilers in 1969.

The start shocked some notable names on social media:

See also  Google Chrome is changing