Steelers, Browns let their shirts do the trash talking for rematch

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Whether that played a role in Pittsburgh pretty much knocking its division rivals out of playoff contention on Sunday remains to be seen. My daughters wanted me to wear the shirt.

Following the Browns' 20-13 loss to the Steelers on Sunday, Baker Mayfield's wife called out Cleveland beat reporter Mary Kay Cabot over a question regarding head coach Freddie Kitchens' "Pittsburgh Started It" T-shirt, in response to the November 14 brawl between the two teams.

This victory pushed Pittsburgh to 7-5 on the season.

Another Steelers player was a little less subtle, wearing a sweatshirt showing cartoon kid in a Steelers helmet urinating on the Browns.

While some Steelers players wearing the shirt opted to cover their faces with hoodies or masks, Heyward made no effort to mask his identity.

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"I know that our coach never would have done anything like that", left guard Ramon Foster said, per ESPN.

"I asked exactly one t-shirt question after the game".

"Listen, the t-shirt didn't have anything to do with us..."

Here's a quick refresher: As the November 14 game was winding down, the two teams mixed it up, with Myles Garrett of the Browns hitting Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph over the head with his own helmet. Emily Wilkinson has been Mayfield's ride or die for a while now and after the Brown recent loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers, she took to Twitter to give a reporter a piece of her mind.

"I wore a T-shirt", he said. That's the only thing people need to be concerned about. "I've done much worse".