Steelers and Saints Conquer Monday Night Football with Divisional Triumphs.
The Steelers and Saints both won their divisions on Monday Night Football.

The second week of the 2023 NFL season ends Monday with two games that fans are looking forward to.

First, in an NFC South fight, the New Orleans Saints ruined Bryce Young’s first game at home with the Carolina Panthers.

Then, the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Cleveland Browns in a game between two teams from the AFC North. T.J. Watt scored the game-winning touchdown in the fourth quarter and set a Steelers club record for sacks.

Here are the best parts.

The Steelers beat the Browns by a score of 26 to 22.

First, put on a show.

On the first play of the night, Pittsburgh’s defence made a big statement by picking off a pass and running it 30 yards to the end zone.

A matter of defence

Grant Delpit of Cleveland answered with an interception of his own at the start of the first quarter. This gave his team good field position.

Hot Potato!

Let’s count the mistakes as a game. Neither team could get a good grip on the pigskin as they tried to play this wild game. But finally, Cleveland had the ball near Pittsburgh’s 30-yard line.

Drivin’ with Ford

With a short 3-yard catch in the flat by Jerome Ford, Cleveland took the lead, 10-7, after the mistake.

Chubb was taken away

Nick Chubb of Cleveland had to be carried off the pitch because he hurt his knee so badly.

Pushin’ P

Pickens and Pickett. 71 yards to the house. How are those Ps, fans of Pittsburgh?

Black and yellow are the best

T.J. Watt is just doing his job as usual. At the end of the second quarter, the player with the most sacks set the Steelers’ all-time record with 81.5.

Speed up

Ford was starting his engine as the second half started, and he took off for a 69-yard run that helped set up Cleveland’s winning touchdown.

Hit the mark!

The Steelers’ defence has been hitting hard all night, and this hit in particular jarred the ball loose in plus territory, giving Pittsburgh a chance to take the lead.

High power

After the mistake, Pittsburgh’s offence couldn’t score any points, so its defence took things into its own hands. On Cleveland’s next play, Alex Highsmith got to the QB and forced him to fumble. T.J. Watt picked up the ball and ran it into the end zone.

It’s in the DNA!

On fourth-and-10, Joey Porter Jr. made his dad proud by making a stop that saved the game. Porter and his defensive teammates helped the Steelers win a big game at home. They forced four mistakes by other teams.

The New Orleans Saints beat the Carolina Panthers 20 to 17

Howdy, Carolina!

Before the game started, the fans of Carolina gave quarterback Bryce Young, the No. 1 pick in the draught, a thunderous roar as he walked into Bank of America Stadium.

Good game!

Late in the first quarter, the Saints had a chance to pick off a pass, but Panthers receiver Adam Thielen made a great play by reaching back to stop the grab.

Can’t watch over Mike!

That looks like Michael Thomas before he got hurt. In the second quarter, the former All-Pro receiver went up and made a huge catch that put the Saints in field goal position and gave them a 6-3 lead.

Don’t forget me?

Fans of the Saints know Mr. Vonn Bell well, and this pick at the end of the second quarter told them who he was.

Many changes happen

The Saints got the ball back because of this crazy recovery of a fumble. Even though Carolina got the ball back right before halftime, its defence held strong and stopped New Orleans from extending its lead.

He did, yes.

Just now, did Chris Olave do that? This unlikely catch by the second-year player from Ohio State set up the Saints’ first touchdown of the night, which came from a short run up the gut.

He was thrown off his feet.

Young used a deke to fool a Saints tackle and help Carolina get another field goal. It got the Panthers within four points, 13-9.

TJ for TD.

Tony Jones Jr., welcome to the party! Derek Carr’s pass to Rashid Shaheed for 45 yards helped set up this insurance run by Jones Jr., which gave New Orleans a 20-9 lead.

Young spirit

Young didn’t care that his team was behind. He led them 75 yards in less than two minutes to get them within three points, but Carolina couldn’t recover the onside kick, so New Orleans won 20-17.

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