Browns Steal One From Steelers

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- The Cleveland Browns were due for at least one break this season. Sunday, they got at least eight.

The Browns took advantage of eight turnovers and exorcised some demons in a 20-14 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers at Browns Stadium.

After losing 16 out of 17 to Pittsburgh, the Browns gave owner Jimmy Haslam, a former Steelers minority owner, his first victory over his former team.

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