Amidst a laundry list of injuries, the Cleveland Browns outlasted the Steelers by beating them at their own game. 

The story of the game, of course, was rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson making his second career start and coming out victorious despite a Jekyll and Hyde set of halves. It was evident early on that head coach Kevin Stefanski was scheming up a lot of plays designed to get the fifth-round pick comfortable and in rhythm.

That philosophy helped Cleveland build a 10-0 lead at the break, but also aided the Steelers comeback in the second half as their defense dared Thompson-Robinson to challenge them deep. It all worked out, as the Cal Product led a poised final drive to setup Dustin Hopkins for the game-winning field goal in another "whatever it takes" type win for the Browns

In the latest episode of Brownie Breakdowns, Anthony Moeglin and Spencer German discuss the offensive game plan from Stefanski and ask the question of whether or not he should have challenged the Steelers defense more in the second half?

They also get into Thompson-Robinson's play and whether or not it's sustainable for the remainder of the Browns season.

Meanwhile, in another dominant defensive performance by the Browns, the usual suspects stood out from Myles Garrett, to Denzel Ward. The guys explain how Cleveland kept the Steelers offense off balance most of the day. 

Relive the nail-biter of a Browns win from an X's and O's lens in the latest episode of Brownie Breakdowns. And be sure to subscribe to the Browns Digest YouTube channel for every episode of Brownie Breakdowns and other Cleveland Browns content you need!