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Steelers vs. Browns: Fat guy interception adds to Pittsburgh's woes

Pittsburgh's day just got even worse.

The Steelers are really having a tough time with the Browns in Week 12. Having a fat lineman pick off a pass makes it all so much worse.

Billy Winn, the 6'4", nearly 300-pound defensive tackle receives an early Christmas gift on this pass intended for Mike Wallace. You might not know this rookie's name very well, but one inadvertent pick and he's suddenly all over the highlight reel.

The Steelers are down 20-14 with time winding down in the fourth quarter. Clearly injuries continue to take their toll on Mike Tomlin's squad. Charlie Batch is 14 of 25 passing today for 132 yards and two picks now. He's doing his best with Ben Roethlisberger and Byron Leftwich sidelined with injuries. Also, Rashard Mendenhall, Issac Redman and Jonathan Dwyer have all coughed up fumbles. Yeah, it's bad.

There's still time left for a comeback, but the fat guy INT might be the game-changer in this one.

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