The Browns trail the Ravens by a touchdown, 20-14.
Pittsburgh sits in second place in the AFC North behind the Ravens, but needs a win and help from the Browns to make the playoffs. The Steelers can also qualify with the more unlikely scenario of beating the Bengals and Indianapolis playing to a tie with Tennessee on Sunday night.
Meanwhile, wide receiver Antonio Brown is doing everything he can to suit up after sitting out practice with a knee injury all week and undergoing tests on the ailment Friday.
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Kitchens didn't see anything wrong with what Mayfield did either with that celebration or the stare down he had for former head coach and current Bengals special assistant Hue Jackson late in the fourth quarter after competing a 66-yard pass to tight end David Njoku to seal the victory.
ESPN reports Mayfield was fined $10,026 by the National Football League for unsportsmanlike conduct after he reportedly "gestured toward his groin area" on the sideline to Cleveland Browns Offensive Coordinator Freddie Kitchens, after throwing a 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end Darren Fells in the second quarter.
Conner has 12 rushing touchdowns on 201 carries for 909 yards. Bowles said he "thought we were playing two teams" after the Jets were flagged 16 times for a team-record 172 yards in a 44-38 overtime loss to Green Bay.
Hanover airport reopens after vehicle intruder detained
The auto was stopped by police, and the man driving the vehicle was detained after being "overwhelmed" by the police. Police charged that the suspect had tested positive for cocaine and amphetamines, according to local media reports.
3 dead, 79 missing after gas explosion rocks Russia high-rise
The local branch of Russia's Federal Security Service said the blast was believed to have been caused by a gas explosion. The blast took place in the city of Magnitogorsk, near to Russia's border with Kazakhstan, around 3am on Sunday.
Amanda Nunes stuns Joe Rogan with brutal Cris Cyborg KO
Nunes (17-4) was thought to be an undersized underdog, but she seized her second title belt by overwhelming her fellow Brazilian. Penn (16-13-2 MMA, 12-12-2 UFC) came out of retirement and was submitted in the first round by Ryan Hall (7-1 MMA, 3-0 UFC).