This Sunday the Cleveland Browns will host the Pittsburgh Steelers at FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland, Ohio in a rematch from week 1 when the Steelers barely held on to a 30-27 win at Heinz Field after a squandering a 27-3 halftime lead. With that win Pittsburgh won their fourth straight and 20 of 22 meetings with the Browns as the Steelers will go for five in a row over Cleveland this weekend, but will have to do it on the road as Cleveland has shown mental toughness in their games and could easily be undefeated or winless since all of their games this season have been close.
Browns vs Steelers tickets for this game have a current average price of $285.45 on the secondary market with a get-in price of $124. This game is more than double the season average price for Browns home games this year and will be their most expensive game of the year.
Coming into this game the Steelers (3-2) have a fourth ranked rushing attack but they’ve limited opponents who don’t have strong running games and gave up 191 rushing yards to Cleveland in their week 1 meeting. Ben Roethlisberger has an 18-1 record against Cleveland with a 105.1 passer rating, winning their last 8. However, this is a different Browns team that has an established running game that the Steelers have to look out for.
The Cleveland Browns (2-2) are coming off a come from behind victory over the Tennessee Titans where the Browns overcame a 25 point deficit in what was the largest comeback from a road team in NFL history. Cleveland has a 5-2 record when quarterback Brian Hoyer is starting who has thrown for six touchdowns, with only one interception.