Steelers Fan Wiz Khalifa Sounds off on Le'Veon Bell Holdout

Elena Summers
September 11, 2018

Bell is in the middle of a contract dispute with Pittsburgh and missed Week 1 because he did not report to the Steelers before Saturday's 4 p.m. deadline.

Player holdouts are nothing new, of course, but what makes Bell's case different is that his teammates appeared genuinely shocked that he didn't return to Pittsburgh last week. "This is a new year, this a new opportunity for this organization and football team, myself included".

Speaking of beast mode, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker T.J. Watt recorded four sacks and had eight tackles.

The fourth quarter touchdowns from the Browns came from a Carlos Hyde run and a Tyrod Taylor pass to Josh Gordon.

The Browns revamped offensive line, with rookie Desmond Harrison at left tackle, surrendered - sacks. But the Browns punt from their own 26 after Bud Dupree batted a pass intended for Jarvis Landry.

"Disappointed for our fans", said an exasperated Jackson, who fell to 1-31-1 with Cleveland. "He's continuing to get better as well". It is not good enough.

When the game ultimately ended in that rare tied score, he took to Twitter and offered a curious response.

However, the weirdest, wackiest game of the day came in the rainy-Cleveland conditions, where the Steelers tied the Browns 21-21.

Opinions as to whether to love or hate the Browns' 21-all battle with the Steelers vary, but there are some irrefutable applications about a tie.

After that, they had the one-yard drive for a touchdown off the fumble but then moved the ball negative-2 yards with the next turnover and negative-1 on the final fumble before getting their field goal try blocked which led to the tie.

Is the year the Cleveland Browns finally turn things around?

In Arizona, the Redskins used a 21-point second quarter to seize control of a game that they would end up winning, 24-6.

He also had an interception in the second quarter, the Browns forced three turnovers in the first half.

James Conner was the lone bright spot, rushing for 135 yards and a pair of touchdowns, but his success is against the backdrop of Le'Veon Bell's absence.

Browns quarterback Tyrod Taylor completed 15 of 39 attempts for 197 yards, with one touchdown and one interception for a 53.1 rating.

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