On Thursday Night, Brady Quinn will lead the Cleveland Browns into the biggest game of the year. The Browns will host arch rival the Pittsburgh Steelers. When these two teams play throw out the records. For Quinn, it is his biggest rivalry game since his senior year at Notre Dame when he played USC. Sure the Browns do have other rivals like the Cincinnati Bengals and the Baltimore Ravens. Those are big games, but not the same as the Steelers. Thinking in Notre Dame terms, the Steelers are USC, the Bengals are Michigan, and the Ravens are Michigan State. The Steeler game is the game for the Browns. They win this one and fans will forget about the 11 losses, at least for a week. A Browns victory will pretty much knock the Steelers out of the playoffs. For Quinn, an impressive game against th ...
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