Here's what we learned in Cleveland:
First and foremost, the Browns still stink. They're going to feel really good about Brady Quinn in Cleveland next season when they have to send their first-round pick to Dallas instead of getting a shot at taking Brian Brohm or Darren McFadden.
I've said it before and I'll say it again: Dick LeBeau is a genius. Why the man isn't in the Pro Football Hall of Fame is beyond me.
You people who have complained that the Steelers don't throw to the tight ends enough have nothing to complain about this week. Then again, I've said all along that the Steelers throw to the tight ends plenty.
The most impressive thing about the Steelers' pass rush Sunday was that on more than one occasion, the defender was beating somebody at the line of scrimmage to get to the quarterback. They weren't just coming in free - though that happened to.
What got into Jeff Reed? He had seven touchbacks all of last season. Sunday he had three.
Santonio Holmes is going to have a very good season.
James Harrison had a team-high seven tackles and a sack Sunday and was a force to be reckoned with. Joey Porter had three tackles in a Miami loss to Washington. Yep, that's what I thought.
Imagine how good Ben Roethlisberger's numbers would have been without the four drops the Steelers had.
Najeh Davenport didn't run with that kind of conviction last season. It makes me wonder if he was completely healthy last season. That's something I'll have to ask him this week.