When it rains, it pours for the Browns.
Cleveland lost a fumble, quarterback Jason Campbell, and quite likely the game after a play on which the Steelers weren’t penalized for a blow to Campbell’s head.
Pittsburgh’s William Gay came on a blitz and hit Campbell in the head, forcing him to fumble. It was a game-changing play reminiscent of the play on which Drew Brees was forced to fumble by San Francisco’s Ahmad Brooks last week — except last week the officials threw a flag on Brooks, and this week the officials let Gay get away with it.
The fumble set up a Steelers touchdown, and Campbell left the game with an apparent concussion. Brandon Weeden came in to replace him.