Final play of Thursday’s Browns-Steelers game produced a really bad beat for bettors

Trailing by six points on “Thursday Night Football,” the had one last chance to pull off a victory.

But they’d have to move the ball 94 yards in 9 seconds against the .

The Steelers tried a multi-lateral play that did result in a touchdown … but for the Browns. Pittsburgh kept throwing the ball backward without ever advancing it, and ultimately turned it over. Cleveland cornerback recovered it in the end zone to wrap up the .

In the broadcast booth was Al Michaels, who made arguably the most famous call in sports history with , but this time he noted how that Browns’ touchdown.

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