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The Pittsburgh Steelers will be taking on the Cleveland Browns tomorrow afternoon, and for rookie quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson, it could be a rough day for him. He's the replacement for DeShaun Watson, who is now out for the season after having undergone shoulder surgery.
Thompson-Robinson was sacked four times and threw a trio of interceptions earlier in the season when he got the start in Week 4.
And for Steelers defensive tackle Cam Heyward, he's going to be trying to make things as difficult as possible for him.
“We got to make sure we make him feel uncomfortable," Heyward said. "Make sure he has to pass the ball. He can’t just rely on that run game. Then getting sacks, turnovers — a storied remedy for a long day for a quarterback.”
"We try to put it all on his shoulders," he continued. "By doing that, you got to stop the run. I know they don’t have Nick Chubb, but they have that big offensive line that does an amazing job for them.”
Can the Steelers improve to 7-3 tomorrow as they face the Watson-less Browns? They take on one another tomorrow afternoon starting at 1:00 PM.