Thompson-Robinson does enough to get Browns past Steelers


Dorian Thompson-Robinson guided Cleveland on a last-minute drive and Dustin Hopkins made a 34-yard field goal with 5 seconds left to deliver the host Browns over the Pittsburgh Steelers 13-10 on Sunday afternoon. The victory put Cleveland (7-3) in sole possession of second place in the AFC North, ahead of the Steelers (6-4) and behind only the Baltimore Ravens. Thompson-Robinson, a fifth-round draft pick last April out of UCLA, made his second career start with Deshaun Watson out for the year due to a shoulder fracture. The rookie went 24-of-43 passing for 165 yards and an interception. Thompson-Robinson completed four passes to four different receivers, three of which gained first downs, on the Browns’ final drive with 1:18 left in regulation. A rare defensive delay of game penalty was called on Pittsburgh to help Cleveland set up the go-ahead field goal.