Halftime - Pittsburgh in command over Browns, 31-3
What else can be said except that Pittsburgh has the look and attitude of a playoff team that is not only well rested, but focused on going deep into the AFC playoffs and possibly all the way down to North Texas for Super Bowl XLV.
Cleveland looks and is quite frankly embarrassing themselves and their fans with such a shoddy performance, half of Cleveland browns Stadium is already empty, save for the 25,000 Steelers fans who have once again turned Browns Stadium into Heinz Field West.
Roethlisberger looks sharp in spreading the ball out, Roethlisberger has gone 11-of-18 for 208 yards for two touchdowns including a 56 yard touchdown pass to wide receiver, Mike Wallace and a 12-yard touchdown pass to tight end, Heath Miller.
Steelers running back, Rashard Mendenhall has also added two touchdowns on the ground along with 29 yards rushing.
For Cleveland, not much can be said except that Mangini may want to start updating his resume, as the Browns look like they have laid down and mailed this game in. Colt McCoy is getting a up close and personal education of playing Pittsburgh as he has gone 9-of-21 for 108 yards and three interceptions.
The lone bright spot for the Browns has been the play of wide receiver Mohamed Massaqoui and tight end, Benjamin Watson, other than that the Pittsburgh defense has played lights-out.
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