Published: Tue, September 11, 2018
Sport | By Tony Jimenez

Twitter reacts to James Conner making Le'Veon Bell seem expendable

Twitter reacts to James Conner making Le'Veon Bell seem expendable

After the game that ended in a 21-21 tie to put the Browns at 0-0-1 to start the season, Jackson admitted that he wasn't aware Gordon would start until he trotted out for the first play.

Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell reacted with one emoji after his team tied the Browns 21-21 on Sunday to open the National Football League season.

Each team had a field goal attempt in overtime, the Steelers missed a field goal and Pittsburgh blocked Cleveland's field goal.


In the extra period, the Browns couldn't seal the deal, when K Zane Gonzalez missed a game-winning kick in the final seconds of overtime. With more than five minutes remaining in the third quarter, he's racked up 90 yards and two touchdowns on the ground, adding another 32 yards on three receptions.

DeSean Jackson caught scoring passes of 58 and 36 yards to highlight his five-catch, 146-yard day before leaving with a concussion.

In his debut with Cleveland, Tyrod Taylor completed 15 of 40 passes for 197 yards.


On the punt, Jabrill Peppers called for a fair catch despite having 20 yards to run, and the Browns started their second drive in OT at their 19.

It's easy to pile on the Cleveland Browns. Carlos Hyde scored on a 1-yard rush and Tyrod Taylor threw a 17-yard touchdown pass to Josh Gordon. Mike Hughes turned one pick into a 28-yard touchdown return, the first by a rookie in a Vikings season opener. "I just was not sure if I was in the end zone or at the one yard line". There's the rookie cornerback sensation in the making, Denzel Ward, the would-be redemption story of Josh Gordon, who reminded audiences of how sick he is with an wonderful touchdown catch, and not to mention, the burgeoning defensive presence that is DE Myles Garrett, who wreaked havoc all day. Of the 48 pass completions of 20-plus yards, 19 came in that interval. He also rushed for 77 yards on eight carries and a touchdown.

Pro Bowl wide receiver Jarvis Landry and the biggest offseason Browns signing in at least a decade, has gone on record as being someone who isn't down for the B.S. with this HBO Hard Knocks rousing speech.


They failed to win the game despite getting six takeaways by their opportunistic defense: three interceptions and three fumble recoveries.

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