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Closing time: Roethlisberger eyes goodbye as Browns visit

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“The fun thing is I know that I still have it in the tank to go out there this week and next week and give it everything I have,” Roethlisberger said, “Do everything I can to get us in into the postseason.”

A place he has taken his team regularly, often at the expense of the Browns. Roethlisberger is 24-2-1 against the Browns in the regular season, including a 15-10 win in Cleveland on Halloween. Pittsburgh is just 2-4-1 in its last seven games, including a blowout loss to Kansas City last week in which Roethlisberger watched the final minutes from the sideline after another blah performance by an offense that hasn’t scored a first-half touchdown since the week before Thanksgiving.


While Cleveland’s offense continues to search for a rhythm, the defense has pounded steadily along for weeks.


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