Pittsburgh Steelers, Browns fit to be tied
Chris Boswell missed a 42-yard field goal attempt with 1:44 left in overtime for Pittsburgh, the defending AFC North champion, and the Browns' Zane Gonzalez missed a 43-yard attempt with nine seconds left.
The Browns, 0-16 last season, have not won since Dec. 24, 2016, against the then-San Diego Chargers.
James Conner rushed for 135 yards and his first two career touchdowns for the Steelers. Conner, a second-year running back, filled in for Le'Veon Bell, the disgruntled veteran who has neither reported nor signed the Steelers' franchise tag tender.
The Steelers took a 7-0 lead at 11:16 of the second quarter when Conner glided into the end zone 4 yards untouched over right tackle for his first career touchdown, and the only score of the first half.
Taylor and the Cleveland running game produced an 86-yard drive that ended with Taylor moving to his left and running 20 yards for a tying touchdown, flipping over cornerback Artie Burns at the pylon at 10:05 of the third.
The Steelers responded as Roethlisberger and Juju Smith-Schuster hooked up for a 67-yard pass to open the next possession. After two penalties backed them up to second-and-goal from the 22, Roethlisberger threw into double coverage at the right side of the goal line but found Antonio Brown for a touchdown and a 14-7 lead at 8:24 of the third.
Hyde leaned in from 1 yard to make it 21-14 with 7:32 remaining in the fourth after a Steelers fumble.