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Steelers and Titans remain unbeaten | Free press

Pittsburgh (AP) – The Pittsburgh Steelers around old star quarterback Ben Roethlisberger clearly won their home game against the Cleveland Browns and defended their unbeaten status in the National Football League.

The Steelers beat the Browns 38: 7 and, like the Seattle Seahawks, now have five wins after five games. Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield had a bad day, made two interceptions and was replaced by Case Keenum. Roethlisberger only pitched for a touchdown and 162 yards, but didn’t lose the ball.

The Tennessee Titans defended their goalless slate with a 42:36 in overtime against the Houston Texans. The Titans only managed the final touchdown seven seconds before the end of regulation time, with the extra point they equalized and forced extra playing time. You have four wins in four games in the NFL.

The Green Bay Packers were also undefeated before the duel with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (10:25 p.m. CEST), the Buffalo Bills looking to defend their unbeaten status against Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night (11:00 p.m. CEST).

The New England Patriots around German NFL professional Jakob Johnson were able to replay at 12:18 p.m. against the Denver Broncos with Cam Newton, who was last infected with the corona virus, as a quarterback, but still suffered his third loss in Game 5 of the season.

However, the New York Giants and Atlanta Falcons each earned their first victory of the season. The Giants beat the Washington football team 20:19, the Falcons won 40:23 over the Minnesota Vikings. All four teams now have a record of one win and five losses.

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