Cleveland Browns returned for the first time since 2002 to NFL playoffs

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With a dramatic 24-22 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Cleveland Browns ended the longest playoff drought in the NFL. To earn their first post-season berth since 2002, the Browns needed a win and found the end zone early through running back Nick Chubb.

In the second quarter, both teams’ offenses slowed, and Cleveland went into halftime with a lead of 10-6 before the Browns erupted in the third quarter. THE. The. W.#PITvsCLE’s https://t.co/T9hSU6tGsQ pic.twitter.com/LVgq4aYJlG- Cleveland Browns (@Browns) January 4, 2021 In order to open a 15-point lead, the visitors scored two touchdowns, but the Steelers were not going to let their opponent walk to the finish line. In the fourth quarter, Mason Rudolph, who replaced Ben Roethlisberger at quarterback, threw two touchdowns to reduce the deficit to two, but Clevelan

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