CLEVELAND  An impossible breakdown still new to them, the Browns figured out how to stay away from a second one out of four days.

Jacoby Brissett tossed two score passes, Scratch Chubb ran for a score and Cleveland

Quickly returned from its legendary implosion by polishing off the opponent Pittsburgh Steelers 29-17 on Thursday night.

"We had the perfect men there to have the option to move beyond it,"

Brissett said, "and I think we addressed that call. We realized it would not have been simple. The folks addressed the chime."

The Earthy colors (2-1) constructed an important lead from the get-go in the fourth on Chubb's 1-yard run and afterward hung on with a death grip

The Steelers (1-2) pulled inside 23-17 on Chris Boswell's 34-yard field objective with 1:48 left before Pittsburgh endeavored an onside kick.

Be that as it may, in contrast to in Sunday's 31-30 misfortune, when the New York Planes conquered a 13-point deficiency