Here We Go Steelers- We So Fancy

So today we are playing the Cleveland Clowns, oh wait I'm sorry. I meant the team that plays in Cleveland, the mistake on the lake. Oh, sorry again! The dirty Browns... I am not sure why they are always our rivals. It may be because of proximity or maybe because their fans are just gross or maybe because their team colors looks like poo! Either way, the Steelers have to smell the stink of the mistake on the lake today when they play the Frowns (oooops again) I decided since Cleveland Browns have a hard time finding classiness out there, I would do my mani to help them out. The last couple games, I decided to do a classier mani by using actual gold instead of yellow. You all know the Steelers play on Thanksgiving so I will have to really get creative with that one, but for today... Here you go!

I also decided that I will show you some fun facts in between pics brought to you by
Enjoy and stay tuned for a 1pm game time in Cleveland.

Cleveland Browns owner Jimmy Haslam had a stake in the Steelers in 2008, before buying the Browns. 

Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton was the Steelers' assistant defensive backs coach from 2004-06, and later served as the defensive backs coach from 2007-10.

Steelers backup QB Bruce Gradkowski formerly started for the Browns. QB Brian Hoyer (on injured reserve) was with the Steelers for part of the 2012 season.

K Billy Cundiff needs two touchbacks on kickoffs to pass Phil Dawson (30 in 2012) for the most in a season in franchise history.

WR Josh Gordon needs a 100-yard receiving game to take sole possession of first place for the most by a Brown in a single season with five. Gordon is currently tied with four other players with four. Gordon also needs just 55 receiving yards to surpass his career high of 805 yards set as a rookie in 2012.

QB Ben Roethlisberger is 15-1 in his career against the Browns.

The last time these two teams met in the regular season was on December 30, 2012 in Pittsburgh, with the Steelers beating the Browns by a final score of 24-10. QBThaddeus Lewis was forced into his first career start with the Browns during the final game of the Pat Shurmur era. Although Lewis played relatively well and had the Browns tied with the Steelers at 10-10 in the third quarter, the Steelers closed out the game with 14 unanswered points.

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