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Browns–Steelers rivalry: Quiz


Question 1: His successor as head coach, ________, also played linebacker and special teams for the Browns, and was an assistant coach for the Browns from 1985-1988.
Dick LeBeauBill CowherSuper Bowl XLPittsburgh Steelers

Question 2: Bradshaw would suffer a neck injury from the play, and the footage of the sack has since become immortalized in ________ as part of the rivalry.
NFL on televisionThursday Night FootballNFL NetworkNFL Films

Question 3: In tribute of Cleveland losing the Browns, Steeler fans wore orange arm bands to the final game at ________ as a sign of mutual respect and sorrow for losing a great rivalry.
Three Rivers StadiumForbes FieldExposition Park (Pittsburgh)Recreation Park (Pittsburgh)

Question 4: Steelers quarterback ________ hails from Findlay, Ohio.
Ben RoethlisbergerTroy PolamaluKendall SimmonsHeath Miller

Question 5: When the league was voting on the Browns relocation, Steelers owner ________ was one of only two owners to vote against the move.
Dan RooneyArt RooneyPittsburgh SteelersDick LeBeau

Question 6: For instance, former Steelers head coach ________ was born in Cleveland and played linebacker for the Browns.
Jack Lambert (American football)Mike WebsterMel BlountChuck Noll

Question 7: The rivalry would carry over to the newly-formed American Football Conference in 1970 as the two teams and the then-Baltimore Colts joined the former American Football League (AFL) teams in the conference as part of the ________.
Buffalo BillsAFL–NFL mergerAmerican Football League playoffsNew York Jets

Question 8: (The rest of the "old" NFL teams joined the newly-formed NFC.) The NFL tried to get the Steelers to the new conference, but then-Steelers owner ________ initially refused.
Heinz FieldDan RooneyArt RooneyPittsburgh Steelers

Question 9: Former punter Chris Gardocki played for three years for the Steelers, including the ________ championship team, after playing five seasons with the Browns from 1999-2003.
Super Bowl XLDick LeBeauSuper Bowl XLIIIPittsburgh Steelers

Question 10: The rivalry was primarily fueled by the close proximity between the two cities, as ________ and Pittsburgh are roughly 135 miles apart.
Columbus, OhioAkron, OhioClevelandGreater Cleveland


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