Cleveland Brown’s fans were elated after Sunday’s victory against the Pittsburgh Steelers not only because they are a rival but more importantly the win against them lifted our beloved football teams playoff curse by securing Cleveland a AFC Wild Card spot in the playoffs. A playoff spot that will have The Browns facing off with The Pittsburgh Steelers again only this time on the Steelers home turf of Heinz Field Stadium about a 2 hour away drive but Browns fans don’t pack up your mustard and ketchup yet because COVID-19 pandemic has thrown a flag on the play.
In a statement posted on social media, Steelers spokesperson Burt Lauten explained that while the team planned to host around 5,500 spectators , Pennsylvania’s current order will only allow the team to host 2,500 fans on Sunday, meaning only friends and families of players will be allowed. [READ MORE]
Looking at the glass half full die hard Cleveland Browns fans will all have front row heated seats for Sundays game. #GoBrowns
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