…well it was an ending I never expected but it should make the sequel real interesting in about two weeks which will be played out at Heinz Field but probably with a casting change after last nights fight scene that I guess was not in the script. But talk about weird. First the Fox pre game was out on the streets of what I assume was Cleveland where Terry, Michael,Tony and Peter were surrounded by Steelers fans and a hand full of jets fans but no Brownie fans, guess they got tickets to the game. More weirdness The Wizard of Boz missed a 44 yarder that was blamed on the holder. Who do you wanna blame for the Steelers offensive 3rd down conversion rate which is truly offensive.Might have made a few if the wide receivers could catch the ball and not rely on hoping for a pass interference call. More weirdness Tomlin wins another coaching challenge but only delayed another Browns td. Tomlin’s 4th down gamble didn’t work this week but at least it was at midfield and the “D” held and the eventual punt didn’t pin them at the goal line so no safety this week just an interception by the Browns. That’s something the Steelers defense didn’t have for the first time since the Minkah Fitzpatrick trade turnovers. And that was just the first half because there were more offensive shenanigans to come like a helmet to helmet on Rudolph and Ju Ju Smith-Schuster on the same play. Ju Ju got the worst of it and was sent to the locker room with a concussion while a Brownie was sent to the locker room too cause he was ejected. But that just added to the weirdness like the Steelers lone touchdown in the game that came on 58 yards worth of Cleveland penalties which turned out to be the Steelers best offensive set of plays. Had enough weirdness, sorry theirs more. Have you ever seen pass interference called on both the receiver and defender? Hey, why not? Besides after Mason Rudolph threw his 3rd interception.I swear I could heard Dandy Don singing turn out the lights and it’s a Thursday night game. And this was before Rudolph’s 4th interception which was shortly before having his helmet ripped off his head by Cleveland’s Myles Garrett that he promptly used to smash against his Rudolph’s skull. Like I said last nights game, weird but should make for an interesting sequel 2 weeks from Sunday at Heinz field.