There are not many older rivalries in the NFL compared Madden 20 coins to Browns/Steelers. There are better ones, either.
Saturday's sim, which you joined us at 1 PM ET, continued our series of nail-biters with another last-second finish. Sixty minutes weren't sufficient to solve this AFC North grudge match as the Browns needed to extract a narrow 23-20 victory, finally hammering the Steelers on a 29-yard, walk-off field goal courtesy of Phil Dawson.
With Pittsburgh putting the clamps on Jim Brown, who worked into a gloomy 33 yards on 18 rushing attempts (1.83 metres per carry), Cleveland had a touch match from its franchise signal-caller, and boy did he ever deliver. Throwing into a loaded pass-catching group of Newsome, Josh Gordon, Odell Beckham (who goose-egged in the winning effort) and Paul Warfield, Graham pulled out all the stops, easily erasing a 14-point, fourth-quarter shortage.
Pittsburgh's vaunted"Steel Curtain" defense was no match for both Graham and his late-game heroics. Gordon, nevertheless the youngest player to lead the NFL in receiving yards, corralled a four-yard touchdown pass with 10:04 to play in the last time, cutting the Steelers' lead to seven.
Warfield price by scooting 53 yards to get a game-tying touchdown with 6:35 to play in law the Browns with a fumble scooped up by Hall-of-Fame safety Donnie Shell, but made things right. Warfield, who led 11 receptions for a career-high 213 yards, only needed one hand to capture Graham's momentum-shifting deep bomb, that came just two plays after Gary Anderson botched a effort that would have pushed the Steelers' lead to 10. Anderson's kick had more than sufficient legbut couldn't find the uprights.
Despite its fourth-quarter meltdown, Pittsburgh looked well on its way to success after Lynn Swann moved the chains to get a first down on an eight-yard attack from Ben Roethlisberger (who amazingly attracted the beginning over two-time Super Bowl MVP Terry Bradshaw) early in the overtime period. This set up the Steelers with first-and-goal in the Browns' seven-yard-line but their touchdown hopes disappeared when Rob Burnett met with Roethlisberger behind the line of scrimmage.
The Browns reacted with an emphatic ultimate drive, on Dawson's clinching 29-yarder with 5:10 remaining Mut 20 coins for sale in overtime claiming victory. Newsome (9-106-0) did most of the heavy lifting, keeping Cleveland afloat by supplying a 26-yard grab on third-and-13 and coming down with a tough, 12-yard sideline grab, putting the Browns well within Dawson's range. If you missed Saturday's sim action or can not wait to watch it, you can do this by visiting this website.