Fox News Flash top headlines for December 1 are here.
The Browns fell to 5-7 with the loss while Pittsburgh moved to 7-5 with a win that split the series between the teams for the 2019 season.
So, one has to question Freddie Kitchens' wardrobe choice: A "Pittsburgh started it" T-shirt that found its way to Instagram and, of course, went viral.
The shirts were worn by a group of players - including captain Cam Heyward and Bud Dupree - to support center Maurkice Pouncey who was originally suspended three games for his role in the fight three weeks ago.
The shirt is in reference to the Browns-Steelers incident that resulted in the indefinite suspension of Cleveland defensive end Myles Garrett for striking Pittsburgh quarterback Mason Rudolph with a helmet. Robinson will miss Sunday's pivotal game in Pittsburgh due to a concussion.
Kitchens said he didn't expect anyone in public to see it and told ESPN he "understands it's not a good look". That's not news. But Kitchens' shirt he wore sure is.
In the second quarter, Cleveland capped off a 10-play, 70-yard drive with a touchdown from Kareem Hunt.
Rudolph, who had appeared to attempt to rip off Garrett's own helmet, has since been benched in favour of Devlin Hodges and will not start on Sunday.