Sunday, October 18, 2009
All is quiet in Pittsburgh
By James Walker
Posted by ESPN.com’s James Walker
PITTSBURGH -- The Steelers and Cleveland Browns are off to slow starts offensively.
Both teams are battling for field position in what’s been a scoreless game through one quarter. Pittsburgh moved the football on the opening drive, but a sack of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger thwarted the scoring threat. The Browns also had a scoring opportunity after a fumbled snap by Roethlisberger. But Josh Cribbs, who has been running the Wildcat, threw an interception.
That’s been the closest both teams were to scoring.
Let’s see if the rest of the game is more eventful.