The Pittsburgh Steelers first win over the Cleveland Browns
October 28, 1956, Cleveland Municipal Stadium
Steelers 24, Browns 16
After losing their first six games at Cleveland, the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Cleveland Browns, 24-16. The Browns scored the first 13 points on big plays. QB Babe Parilli and TE Dante Lavelli connected on a 68-yard touchdown and DB Don R. Paul returned a Pittsburgh interception 35 yards for a score.
Pittsburgh responded with three second-quarter touchdowns. First, QB Ted Marchibroda and TE Elbie Nickel connected on a 10-yard touchdown. Then, RB Lynn Chandnois scored on a one-yard run. Their final score of the second quarter came on the team’s longest play of the season, a 75-yard touchdown pass from Marchibroda to TE Lowell Perry to give Pittsburgh a 21-13 lead at halftime. Both teams exchanged field goals in the fourth quarter but it wasn’t enough as the Steelers secured their first victory at Cleveland.
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