What is the Early Line on the Steelers-Browns Game October 31?

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Tyrone Black
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The Browns were expected to open as -3 home favorites versus their arch rival the Pittsburgh Steelers.  Cleveland was a winner in Week 7 against the Denver Broncos Thursday night.  Gambling911.com has an early line of Browns -4.

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Case Keenum stepped in for an injured Baker Mayfield and made the most of his first start in two years, third-string back D’Ernest Johnson rushed for 146 yards and Cleveland overcame a short week and a long list of injuries to beat the Denver Broncos 17-14 on Thursday night.

Keenum didn’t put up impressive stats (21 of 33 for 199 yards), but threw a touchdown pass and did enough — as did Cleveland’s maligned defense — to get the Browns (4-3) a much-needed victory.

“Unfortunately, some people are going to get hurt,” Keenum said after his first win since 2019. “At the same time, you love other young guys getting chances.”


The Steelers managed to beat Seattle 23-20 last week and they have their bye Week 7, which means Pittsburgh will have a bit more rest coming into this game.

This marked Pittsburgh's second consecutive win following a rocky 1-4 start.

"It's kind of crazy, don't know if it's really sunk in yet," quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said. "We got to our goal, which was to get to .500 before the bye, get healthy and get prepared for a long stretch."

- Tony Caliente, Gambling911.com

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