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CLEVELAND -- LeVeon Bell scored on a 1-yard touchdown run -- long after time expired in the first half -- and the Pittsburgh Steelers recorded eight sacks and snapped a four-game losing streak with a 24-9 win Sunday over the winless Cleveland Browns.The Steelers (5-5) scored eight points with zeroes showing on the clock before halftime after they were awarded two extra plays because of defensive penalties against the Browns (0-11).Steelers defensive tackle Javon Hargrave recovered a fumble by QB Josh McCown for a TD with 3:36 left to seal Pittsburghs win. The Steelers came in with a league-low 13 sacks before unloading on the Browns.Bell finished with a season-high 146 yards rushing as the Steelers improved to 2/3 on the road and avoided an embarrassing loss to the NFLs worst team.Ben Roethlisberger improved to 20-2 in starts against Cleveland, still paying for not drafting the Ohio native in 2004.Making it worse, Roethlisbergers 10 wins in Cleveland match Derek Anderson for the most home wins by a Browns quarterback since 1999.Cody Kessler sustained a concussion -- his second this season -- late in the third quarter. Kessler was being dragged down when he was hit by Steelers linebacker Lawrence Timmons, who launched himself and was called for unnecessary roughness.Cleveland had 33 yards rushing in losing its 14th straight going back to last season. McCown replaced Kessler and threw a 14-yard TD pass to Gary Barnidge in the fourth quarter.On a blustery day, the Steelers turned to their running game and a defense that hasnt been up to Pittsburghs standards. Stephon Tuitt had 2 1/2 sacks and the Steelers spent much of the afternoon delivering hard hits.Pittsburgh dominated the first half, but only led 6-0 before the strange final moments.Starting at the Cleveland 41, Roethlisberger drove the Steelers to the Browns 3 with 8 seconds left. On second down, Roethlisbergers pass to Antonio Brown in the end zone was incomplete as time ran out.However, Browns defensive back Briean Boddy-Calhoun was called for holding, giving Pittsburgh another chance.Again, Roethlisberger looked for Brown, who was dragged to the ground by star cornerback Joe Haden. Pass interference was called and the Steelers took advantage of a second untimed play as Bell bowled over the goal line to make it 12-0.The Steelers, who went 0-for-4 on 2-point conversions a week ago in a loss to Dallas, connected this time as Roethlisberger threw to tight end David Johnson.The miscues were a microcosm of Clevelands miserable season. The Browns are young, and unfortunately theyre taking their lumps during a massive rebuild.Three teams in NFL history previously lost their first 11 games before winning: the 2000 Chargers (who finished 1-15), the 1984 Bills (who finished 2-14) and the 1975 Chargers (who finished 2-12).SUPER STEELERPittsburgh linebacker James Harrison is the clubs career sack leader.Harrison drilled Kessler in the third quarter to pass Jason Gildon (77) for the most sacks in the Steelers storied defensive history. Its likely Hall of Famers Joe Greene, Jack Lambert or Jack Ham could have more, but the NFL didnt recognize sacks as an official statistic until 1982.Harrison has 77 1/2 sacks.MOVING UPRoethlisberger passed Hall of Famer Fran Tarkenton (3,686) for 12th place on the completions list.GRIFFIN GETTING CLOSEBrowns quarterback Robert Griffin III, who has been out since breaking a bone in his left shoulder in the season opener, did some conditioning drills, threw -- and even drop kicked a ball through the uprights -- before the game.Griffin has been cleared to practice this week and will undergo another medical exam to see if he can take contact.If he continues to progress, Griffin will likely start one of Clevelands final five games. The Browns have a bye on Dec. 4, which would give RG3 additional time to get ready.UP NEXTSteelers: At Colts on Thanksgiving night.Browns: Host Giants next Sunday.---For more NFL coverage: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP-NFL Homme Undercover x Nike React Element 87 Collection Bleu/Or/Bleu AQ1813-341 . But what about the officials? Every sport has officials and they also have stories about hard work and sacrifice but their accomplishments are seldom recognized by anyone outside their inner circle. Nike Zoom Pegasus 32 Bleu . Following a lopsided 5-2 loss against the New Jersey Devils on Wednesday night, Paul MacLean told reporters that "theres a lack of focus, theres a lack of leadership and theres a lack of preparation" with his struggling team. That came on the heels of Bryan Murray taking the unusual step of going into the locker room at the Prudential Center and addressing the players himself. http://www.airzoompascher.com/homme-nike-vandal-high-90-10-vast-gris-blanche-aq0113-001.html . Malkin got tangled up with Detroits Luke Glendening early in the third period and his left skate took the brunt of collision with the boards behind Pittsburghs net. Nike Zoom Structure 18 Pas Cher . They hope to persuade the other team owners and commissioner Roger Goodell to put pressure on Redskins owner Daniel Snyder to drop the nickname they find offensive. "Given the way the meeting transpired," Ray Halbritter, an Oneida representative and leader of the "Change the Mascot Campaign," said Wednesday, "it became somewhat evident they were defending the continued use of the name. Homme Undercover x Nike React Element 87 Collection Rouge/Vert/Bleu AQ1813-339 . Vettel, who has already clinched his fourth straight F1 title, enters the finale with a chance to equal Michael Schumachers 13 victories in a year and match the record of nine consecutive wins by Alberto Ascari in the 1952 and 1953 seasons. Ohio State and Michigan dominated the selections for The Associated Press All-Big Ten football team.The Buckeyes placed eight players on the first team, with center Pat Elflein and punter Cameron Johnston unanimous picks. The Wolverines had five players occupy six spots on the first team, with cornerback Jourdan Lewis a unanimous pick. The only other player named to the first team on every ballot was running back Saquon Barkley of conference champion Penn State.A panel of 26 writers and broadcasters from the 11 Big Ten states voted Barkley the offensive player of the year, Michigan linebacker Jabrill Peppers the defensive player of the year and Ohio State running back Mike Weber the newcomer of the year.Penn States James Franklin is coach of the year. Franklin trailed Wisconsins Paul Chryst heading into the conference championship game on Saturday, but Franklin was named on 12 of the 13 ballots submitted after the Nittany Lions 38-31 victory over the Badgers.Repeat first-team selections were Elflein, Lewis, Iowa cornerback Desmond King and Michigan tight end Jake Butt.The 2016 Associated Press All-Big Ten team, with players listed alphabetically with name, school, height, weight, class and hometown (u- denotes unanimous selections):FIRST TEAMOffenseQuarterback-J.T. Barrett, Ohio State, 6-2, 222, Jr., Wichita Falls, Texas.Running backs-u-Saquon Barkley, Penn State, 5-11, 223, So., Coplay, Pennsylvania; Justin Jackson, Northwestern, 5-11, 193, Jr., Carol Stream, Illinois.Offensive tackles-Erik Magnuson, Michigan, 6-6, 305, Sr., Carlsbad, California; Ryan Ramczyk, Wisconsin, 6-6, 314, Jr., Stevens Point, Wisconsin.Offensive guards-Dan Feeney, Indiana, 6-4, 305, Sr., Orland Park, Illinois; Billy Price, Ohio State, 6-4, 315, Jr., Austintown, Ohio.Center-u-Pat Elflein, Ohio State, 6-3, 300, Sr., Pickerington, Ohio.Tight end-Jake Butt, Michigan, 6-6, 250, Pickerington, Ohio.Wide receivers-Austin Carr, Northwestern, 6-1, 200, Sr., Benicia, California; Curtis Samuel, Ohio State, 5-11, 197, Jr., Brooklyn, New York.All-purpose player-Jabrill Peppers, Michigan, 6-1, 205, Jr., East Orange, New Jersey.Place-kicker-Emmit Carpenter, Minnesota, 6-0, 199, So., Green Bay, Wisconsin.DefenseDefensive ends-Taco Charlton, Michigan, 6-6, 272, Sr., Pickerington, Ohio; Tyquan Lewis, Ohio State, 6-4, 266, Jr., Tarboro, New Jersey.Defensive tackles- Jaleel Johnson, Iowa, 6-4, 310, Sr., Lombard, Illinois; Malik McDowell, Michigan State, 6-6, 276, Jr., Detroit.Linebackers-Raekwon McMillan, Ohio State, 6-2, 243, Jr., Hinesville, Georgia; Jabrill Peppers, Michigan, 6-1, 205, Jr., East Orange, New Jersey; T.J. Watt, Wisconsin, 6-5, 243, Jr. Pewaukee, Wisconsin.Cornerbacks-Desmond King, Iowa, 5-11, 203, Sr., Detroit; u-Jourdan Lewis, Michigan, 5-11, 186, Sr., Detroit.Safeties-Nate Gerry, Nebraska, 6-2, 220, Sr., Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Malik Hooker, Ohio State, 6-2, 205, So., New Castle, Pennsylvania.Punter-u-Cameron Johnston, Ohio State, 5-11, 198, graduate senior, Geelong, Australia.SECOND TEAMOffenseQuarterbaack-Trace McSorley, Penn State, 6-0, 205, So.dddddddddddd., Ashburn, Virginia.Running backs-Corey Clement, Wisconsin, 5-11, 227, Sr., Glassboro, New Jersey; Mike Weber, Ohio State, 5-10, 212, Fr., Detroit.Offensive tackles-Ben Braden, Michigan, 6-6, 335, Sr., Rockford, Michigan; Jamarco Jones, Ohio State, 6-5, 310, Jr., Chicago.Offensive guards-Brian Allen, Michigan State, 6-2, 304, Jr., Hinsdale, Illinois; Kyle Kalis, Michigan, 6-5, 305, Sr., Lakewood, Ohio.Center-Mason Cole, Michigan, 6-5, 305, Jr., Tarpon Springs, Florida.Tight end-Troy Fumagalli, Wisconsin, 6-6, 248, Jr., Aurora, Illinois.Wide receivers-Amara Darboh, Michigan, 6-2, 215, Sr., West Des Moines, Iowa; DeAngelo Yancey, Purdue, 6-2, 205, Sr., Atlanta.All-purpose-Curtis Samuel, Ohio State, 5-11, 197, Jr., Brooklyn, New York.Place-kicker-Tyler Davis, Penn State, 5-11, 180, Jr., St. Charles, Illinois.DefenseDefensive ends- Ifeadi Odenigbo, Northwestern, 6-3, 265, Sr., Centerville, Ohio; Chris Wormley, Michigan, 6-6, 302, Sr., Toledo, Ohio.Defensive tackles-Ryan Glasgow, Michigan, 6-4, 299, Sr., Aurora, Illinois; Steven Richardson, Minnesota, 6-0, 300, Jr., Chicago.Linebackers-Vince Biegel, Wisconsin, 6-4, 245, Sr., Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin; Josey Jewell, Iowa, 6-2, 235, Decorah, Iowa; Tegray Scales, Indiana, 6-0, 230, Jr., Cincinnati.Cornerbacks-Marshon Lattimore, Ohio State, 6-0, 192, So., Cleveland; Sojourn Shelton, Wisconsin, 5-9, 168, Sr., Fort Lauderdale, Florida.Safeties-Godwin Igwebuike, Northwestern, 6-0, 205, Jr., Pickerington, Ohio; Leo Musso, Wisconsin, 5-10, 194, Waunakee, Wisconsin.Punter-Kenny Allen, Michigan, 6-4, 222, Sr., Fenton, Michigan.---Coach of the year: James Franklin, Penn State.Offensive player of the year: Saquon Barkley, Penn State.Defensive player of the year: Jabrill Peppers, Michigan.Newcomer of the year: Mike Weber, Ohio State.---AP All-Big Ten voting panel:Bob Asmussen, Champaign News-Gazette; Nathan Baird, Lafayette Journal and Courier; Lee Barfknecht, Omaha World-Herald; Nick Baumgardner, Michigan Live-Ann Arbor; Matt Charboneau, Detroit News; Angelique Chengelis, Detroit News; Brian Christopherson, Lincoln Journal Star; Graham Couch, Lansing State Journal; Pete DePrimo, Fort Wayne News Sentinel; Dave Eanet, WGN Radio-Chicago; Jason Galloway, Wisconsin State Journal; Andy Greder, St. Paul Pioneer Press; Teddy Greenstein, Chicago Tribune; Bill Landis, Cleveland.com; Chad Leistekow, Des Moines Register; Marc Morehouse, Cedar Rapids Gazette; Zach Osterman, Indianapolis Star; J.P. Pelzman, Asbury Park Press; Greg Pickel, Penn Live; Nicholas Piotrowicz, Toledo Blade; Shannon Ryan, Chicago Tribune; Keith Sergeant, New Jersey Advance Media; Audrey Snyder Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; Roman Stubbs, Washington Post; Jay Wilson, WISC TV-Madison; Darren Wolfson, KSTP Radio-St. Paul.---More AP college football: http://www.collegefootball.ap.org and https://twitter.com/AP-Top25. Cheap NFL Hoodies Cheap Jerseys Online Wholesale NFL Autographed Jerseys White NFL Jerseys Cheap Stitched Jerseys Wholesale Black NFL Jerseys Wholesale Stitched Jerseys ' ' '


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