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Podcast: Tim Benz, Mark Madden break down Steelers-Browns tie

Tim Benz
Chaz Palla | Tribune-Review
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlieberger stiff-arms the Browns' Brian Boddy-Calhoun in the second quarter Sunday, Sept. 9, 2018 at Firstenergy Stadium Cleveland Ohio.

It wasn’t pretty.

For the Pittsburgh Steelers in their opener against the Browns, Ben Roethlisberger struggled in a 21-21 tie, and there were plenty of other noticeable deficiencies for the black and gold.

Mark Madden of 105.9 FM joins TribLIVE’s Tim Benz for the Madden Monday podcast. Listen as they break down the season-opening tie and where the Steelers go from here.

They also discuss the Pitt-Penn State game and Serena Williams’ antics at the U.S. Open.

LISTEN: Tim Benz, Mark Madden break down Steelers-Browns tie

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