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How many times did the Steelers lose to the Browns at Three Rivers Stadium between 1970 and 1985?
How many times did the Pittsburgh Steelers lose to the Cleveland Browns at Three Rivers Stadium between 1970-1985?
What stadium did the Pittsburgh Steelers play their home games prior to 2001?
Who did the Pittsburgh Steelers play in their final game at Three Rivers Stadium?
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Where did the Pittsburgh Steelers play their home games from 1970 to 2000?
What stadium did the Pittsburgh Steelers play their home games in prior to 2001?
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What was the name of the Pittsburgh Steelers stadium before being named heinz field?
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What were the scores of the Cleveland Browns and the Pittsburgh Steelers in their last 15 meetings?
From wikipedia.org... 1950s (Browns 16-4) SeasonDateResultLocation 1950October 7Browns 30-17Forbes Field October 29Browns 45-7Cleveland Municipal Stadium 1951October 21Browns 17-10Cleveland Municipal Stadium December 9Browns 28-0Forbes Field 1952October 4Browns 21-20Forbes FieldBrowns' Otto Graham rallies from 13 point deficit, Pittsburgh loses game on missed PAT. November 16Browns 29-28Cleveland Municipal Stadium 1953November 8Browns 34-16Cleveland Municipal Stadium November 22Browns 20-16Forbes Field 1954October 17Steelers 55-27Forbes FieldSteelers' first win of the series. December 12Browns 42-7Cleveland Municipal Stadium 1955November 20Browns 41-14Cleveland Municipal Stadium December 4Browns 30-7Forbes Field 1956October 6Browns 14-10Forbes Field November 28Steelers 24-16Cleveland Municipal StadiumSteelers' first win in Cleveland.1957October 5Browns 23-12Forbes Field November 10Browns 24-0Cleveland Municipal Stadium 1958October 5Browns 45-12Pitt Stadium October 19Browns 27-10Cleveland Municipal Stadium 1959September 26Steelers 17-7Forbes Field November 22Steelers 21-20Cleveland Municipal StadiumWith less than 2 minutes remaining Bobby Layne takes the Steelers 72 yards (this after his running back tells him he is too hurt to catch or rush, he can only block) for the winning TD. Lou Groza misses an FG as the clock runs out. 1960s (Browns 15-5) SeasonDateResultLocationNotes1960October 2Browns 28-20 Cleveland Municipal Stadium November 20Steelers 14-10Forbes Field 1961October 22Browns 30-28Forbes FieldPittsburgh's Buddy Dial sets a franchise record 235 receiving yards, along with an 88-yard reception for touchdown, game turns on a Lou Groza field goal after a John Henry Johnson fumble in the final two minutes. November 5Steelers 17-13Cleveland Municipal Stadium 1962October 28Browns 41-14Pitt Stadium November 25Browns 35-14Cleveland Municipal Stadium 1963October 5Browns 35-23Pitt Stadium November 10Steelers 9-7Cleveland Municipal Stadium 1964October 10Steelers 23-7Cleveland Municipal StadiumAnother "Saturday Night Classic" Steeler John Henry Johnson at 35, beats Jim Brown in his prime, outgaining him 200 to 59 yards and scoring 3 touchdowns in Pittsburgh's romp. November 1Browns 30-17Pitt Stadium 1965October 9Browns 24-19Cleveland Municipal Stadium November 28Browns 42-21Pitt Stadium 1966October 8Browns 41-10Cleveland Municipal Stadium November 6Steelers 16-6Pitt Stadium 1967October 7Browns 21-10Cleveland Municipal Stadium November 5Browns 34-14Pitt Stadium 1968October 5Browns 31-24Cleveland Municipal Stadium November 17Browns 45-24Pitt Stadium 1969October 18Browns 42-31Cleveland Municipal Stadium November 16Browns 24-3Pitt Stadium 1970s (Steelers 15-5) SeasonDateResultLocationNotes1970October 3Browns 15-7Cleveland Municipal StadiumLast of the memorable "Saturday Night Games" between the two clubs, fans will remember more action in the stands than on the fields during most of those contests. November 29Steelers 28-9Three Rivers Stadium 1971October 10Browns 27-17Cleveland Municipal Stadium November 7Steelers 26-9Three Rivers Stadium 1972November 19Browns 26-24Cleveland Municipal Stadium December 3Steelers 30-0Three Rivers Stadium 1973September 23Steelers 33-6Three Rivers Stadium November 25Browns 21-16Cleveland Municipal Stadium 1974October 20Steelers 20-16Three Rivers Stadium November 17Steelers 26-16Cleveland Municipal StadiumSteelers' first sweep of Browns since 1959.1975October 5Steelers 42-6Cleveland Municipal StadiumSteelers defensive tackle "Mean Joe" Greene repeatedly kicked Browns lineman Bob McKay in the groin during this game while McKay was on the ground. December 7Steelers 31-17Three Rivers Stadium 1976September 19Steelers 31-14Three Rivers Stadium October 10Browns 18-16Cleveland Municipal StadiumThird string QB Dave Mays leads the Browns to victory after both teams' starters were injured. Terry Bradshaw's neck was injured on a tackle by Joe "Turkey" Jones.1977October 2Steelers 28-14Cleveland Municipal Stadium November 13Steelers 35-31Three Rivers Stadium 1978September 24Steelers 15-9 (OT)Three Rivers StadiumOvertime toss won by Pittsburgh only to be fumbled on kick return. Browns with the ball in FG range were interrupted by ref calling fumble play dead with claim that whistle blew before the fumble. Bradshaw leads Pittsburgh down the field and calls a Blier-Swann-Bradshaw double reverse for the winning TD. October 15Steelers 34-14Cleveland Municipal Stadium 1979October 7Steelers 51-35Cleveland Municipal StadiumSteelers up 27-0 at one point before Cleveland's Brian Sipe threw five TDs to eventually cut the deficit to nine points, despite being the apex of the Steel Curtain. The Steelers then sealed the victory with a long clock-eating drive ending with Sidney Thornton's TD in the final minute. Steelers maintain division lead of a single game with the win. Highest scoring game in the series to date. November 25Steelers 33-30 (OT)Three Rivers StadiumMatt Bahr kicks a last minute FG to tie it, then with :09 left in OT kicks a 37 yarder to win it. Game lasted over 4 hours. Franco Harris with 232 total yards and L.C. Greenwood with five of the seven sacks on Brian Sipe stand out. Steelers came back from being down by 14 points twice, never leading until the very end. 1980s (Browns 12-8) SeasonDateResultLocationNotes1980October 26Browns 27-26Cleveland Municipal StadiumBrian Sipe rallies the Kardiac Kids from a 26-14 4th quarter deficit over an injury riddled Steelers team. November 16Steelers 16-13Three Rivers StadiumTerry Bradshaw's TD pass to Lynn Swann with eleven seconds left keeps the Browns winless at Three Rivers Stadium.1981October 11Steelers 13-7Three Rivers Stadium November 22Steelers 32-10Cleveland Municipal Stadium 1982December 19Browns 10-9Cleveland Municipal Stadium January 2Steelers 37-21Three Rivers Stadium 1983October 16Steelers 44-17Three Rivers Stadium December 18Browns 30-17Cleveland Municipal Stadium 1984September 23Browns 20-10Cleveland Municipal Stadium December 9Steelers 23-20Three Rivers Stadium 1985September 16Browns 17-7Cleveland Municipal Stadium November 3Steelers 10-9Three Rivers StadiumGary Anderson's kick wins it in final seconds, after the Steelers hold Kosar to just 96 total yards during a driving rain storm. The AFC Central is all tied up with every team at 4-5 after this game.1986October 5Browns 27-24Three Rivers StadiumBrowns' first win ever at Three Rivers Stadium. November 23Browns 37-31 (OT)Cleveland Municipal StadiumGary Anderson kicks a 40 yard FG with 7 seconds remaining in regulation to tie it at 31. Bernie Kosar sets Steeler franchise records for most passing yrds. given (414) and the Browns set other Steeler records in total yrds and 1st downs allowed (536 and 35). Steelers eliminated from Playoffs with the loss, earlier than in any season since '69. It does take Kosar 2 possessions in OT to win though. Browns' first sweep of Steelers since 1969.1987September 20Browns 34-10Cleveland Municipal Stadium December 26Browns 19-13Three Rivers StadiumThe Browns clinch the AFC Central Division title by holding the Steelers to one offensive play in the 4th quarter.1988October 2Browns 23-9Three Rivers Stadium November 20Browns 27-7Cleveland Municipal StadiumBrowns' last sweep of Steelers to date.1989September 10Browns 51-0Three Rivers StadiumBiggest margin of victory within the rivalry to date. Also the worst loss for the Steelers in franchise history. October 15Steelers 17-7Cleveland Municipal Stadium 1990s (Steelers 10-5) SeasonDateResultLocationNotes1990September 9Browns 13-3Cleveland Municipal Stadium December 23Steelers 35-0Three Rivers Stadium 1991October 27Browns 17-14Cleveland Municipal StadiumBernie Kosar has his own Immaculate Reception after a 90 degree deflected pass ends up on top of a knocked down Brown in the Steelers endzone, giving Cleveland the lead. Gary Anderson's last minute FG hits the goal post. December 22Steelers 17-10Three Rivers StadiumSteelers head coach Chuck Noll's final game. He retired four days later after 23 seasons.1992October 11Browns 17-9Cleveland Municipal Stadium December 27Steelers 23-13Three Rivers Stadium 1993October 24Browns 28-23Cleveland Municipal StadiumThe Metcalf Game. Eric Metcalf returns two punts for TDs, including one in the final three minutes for the winning score. January 2Steelers 16-9Three Rivers Stadium1993 season extended into January 1994 due to use of an extra bye week.1994September 11Steelers 17-10Cleveland Municipal Stadium December 18Steelers 17-7Three Rivers StadiumSteelers dominate Browns from start to finish in clinching the AFC Central Division title. January 7Steelers 29-9Three Rivers StadiumDivisional Playoff game following the 1994 season.1995November 13Steelers 20-3Three Rivers StadiumSteelers fans wore orange arm bands in tribute to the Browns. Art Modell had announced plans to move the team to Baltimore. (The team officially suspended operations until being returned in 1999. Officially, the Baltimore Ravens are a 1996 expansion team.) November 26Steelers 20-17Cleveland Municipal StadiumFinal meeting at Cleveland Stadium. Cleveland officially suspended operations 1996-1998.1999September 12Steelers 43-0Cleveland Browns StadiumFirst game in history of Cleveland Browns Stadium and Browns' first game back after a three year hiatus. Sunday Night Football. November 14Browns 16-15Three Rivers StadiumBrowns gain revenge for season opening humiliation on Phil Dawson's FG as time expires. Their first win in Pittsburgh since 1989. 2000s (Steelers 18-3) SeasonDateResultLocationNotes2000September 17Browns 23-20Cleveland Browns Stadium October 22Steelers 22-0Three Rivers StadiumFinal meeting at Three Rivers Stadium.2001November 11Steelers 15-12 (OT)Cleveland Browns Stadium January 6Steelers 28-7Heinz FieldGame was intended to be first game at new stadium, played September 16, 2001. Because of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, all Week 2 games were moved to the first Sunday or Monday of January 2002.2002September 29Steelers 16-13 (OT)Heinz Field November 3Steelers 23-20Cleveland Browns Stadium December 29Steelers 36-33Heinz FieldWild Card Playoff game. Steelers rally from 24-7 third quarter deficit.2003October 5Browns 33-13Heinz Field November 23Steelers 13-6Cleveland Browns Stadium 2004October 10Steelers 34-23Heinz Field November 14Steelers 24-10Cleveland Browns StadiumBrowns running back William Green and Steelers linebacker Joey Porter were both ejected prior to kickoff due to a pregame fight. Akron native James Harrison would get his first NFL start in place of Porter.2005November 13Steelers 34-21Heinz Field December 24Steelers 41-0Cleveland Browns StadiumSteelers linebacker James Harrison would bodyslam a drunken Browns fan after the fan ran onto the field. The incident, which later became a YouTube sensation, would become the highlight of Harrison's career before his breakout 2007 season.2006November 19Steelers 24-20Cleveland Browns StadiumBen Roethlisberger throws a 4-yard shovel pass to Willie Parker in the final minute to lead the Steelers to a comeback win. December 7Steelers 27-7Heinz FieldWillie Parker sets the all-time Steelers single-game rushing record with a 223 yard performance.2007September 9Steelers 34-7Cleveland Browns StadiumThe Browns would trade starting quarterback Charlie Frye to the Seattle Seahawks two days after his horrible performance in this game, making him the first QB in NFL history to start a season opener then be traded before Week 2. Mike Tomlin's debut as Steelers head coach. November 11Steelers 31-28Heinz FieldSteelers come back from being down 21-6. Browns' Phil Dawson misses a 52 yard field goal attempt to tie with 6 seconds left.2008September 14Steelers 10-6Cleveland Browns StadiumThe Steelers defeated the Browns as remnants of Hurricane Ike hit Cleveland with rain and winds of 60 miles per hour (97 km/h). The game's only touchdown was a Ben Roethlisberger pass to Hines Ward. December 28Steelers 31-0Heinz Field 2009October 18Steelers 27-14Heinz Field December 10Browns 13-6Cleveland Browns StadiumThe Browns defeated the Steelers for the first time since 2003 in what was called the coldest game in the history of the rivalry with a windchill of 10 degrees below zero.