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Browns hold on to fourth-quarter lead this time to beat rival Steelers


Chubb runs it in as Browns extend lead (0:22)Nick Chubb extends the Browns’ lead with a 1-yard touchdown run in the fourth quarter. (0:22)

CLEVELAND — Nick Chubb ran for 113 yards and a touchdown as the Cleveland Browns took control in the second half to beat the rival Pittsburgh Steelers 29-17 on Thursday at FirstEnergy Stadium.

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Cleveland Browns wide receiver Amari Cooper gave up the onside kick that allowed the New York Jets to pull off a stunning comeback Sunday. Thursday night against the Steelers, Cooper more than atoned for that mistake.

He finished with seven receptions for 101 yards and a touchdown, propelling the Browns to victory.

“We’ve got to own it, learn from it and flush it,” Cooper said this week of the collapse against the Jets. Cooper spearheaded Cleveland’s rebound performance, as the Browns (2-1) claimed first place in the AFC North standings.

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