PITTSBURGH (93.7 The Fan) - Pittsburgh started it. Cleveland started it. The incident that led to suspensions and fines after the first Steelers/Browns game had fans sharply divided on who caused the situation.
Well after Sunday’s game we know it was Pittsburgh that finished it.
To commemorate the big win, the folks at Commonwealth Press printed “Pittsburgh Finished It” shirts after the Steelers 20-13 win against the Browns.
“We got so many requests for this and WHO ARE WE to not give you what you want ... so here you go,” the local company said on Instagram.
Owner Dan Rugh tells 93.7 The Fan they started selling the shirt with one minute left in the game.
Shirts are available here.
Browns’ Myles Garrett, who hit Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph with his own helmet is suspended indefinitely.