Can Steelers slow Browns' run game in matchup of four-win teams?

Cleveland Browns (4-1) at Pittsburgh Steelers (4-0)

1 p.m. ET | CBS

Matchup rating: 61.2 | Spread: PIT -3 (51)

What to watch for: After adequately controlling the run game in their first three games, the Steelers saw Miles Sanders and the Eagles exploit some of the weaknesses opened up by their aggressive blitzing. They'll have to stop the rush better to be successful against a hot Browns team. Even though Nick Chubb will be out, the Browns have a solid ground game with Kareem Hunt -- and quarterback Baker Mayfield's mobility makes him a running threat too. -- Brooke Pryor

Bold prediction: Steelers wide receiver Chase Claypool will catch two more touchdowns, rewarding fantasy owners who added him after his four-TD outburst last weekend. -- Jake Trotter

Stat to know: The Browns have four consecutive wins for the first time since 2009, but they have not won five straight since 1994, when Bill Belichick was the head coach. One reason for the string of victories: Mayfield has tossed two touchdown passes in all of those four wins, his longest multi-TD streak since his five straight games back in 2018.

Injuries: Browns | Steelers

What to know for fantasy: Cleveland's Hunt has been a top-27 RB in 11 of 13 games since joining the Browns. He caught 11 of 13 targets for 65 yards and a touchdown in his two games against the Steelers last season. See Week 6 rankings.

Betting nugget: All four of Cleveland's wins have gone over the total, and the team covered in the past three. Read more.

Trotter's pick: Steelers 28, Browns 24

Pryor's pick: Steelers 30, Browns 27

FPI prediction: PIT, 57.0% (by an average of 2.5 points)

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