And home. A trip that lasted an hour longer than it should have, thanks to a morning tractor-trailer fire south of the Burlington Skyway that snarled traffic all day.

Somehow, Pittsburgh beat Cleveland last night in a game that had to be seen to be believed. The Steelers scored their three touchdowns on 1) a pick-six nine seconds in, 2) a 71-yard bomb on blown coverage in the Browns' secondary, and 3) a fourth-quarter fumble recovery for a touchdown that accounted for the winning points. Cleveland also lost star running back Nick Chubb to a terrible knee injury. In taking pictures of the game, I managed to snap two very gruesome photos of the play that I will not be posting to Scorepics. Overall, the Browns dominated the game in every aspect except quarterback play. Pittsburgh's Kenny Pickett was average at best -- and that's being kind -- but Cleveland's Deshaun Watson was terrible. This is the guy the Browns are paying a gum-swallowing $230 million to make a difference. But based on his time in Cleveland, he's a shadow of the player he was in Houston.

I love Pittsburgh. And the views of downtown from the upper deck rival those of nearby PNC Park, home of the baseball Pirates.