Browns vs. Steelers: Behind the team turnarounds, the return of Myles Garrett and what a win means

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Brooke Pryor

Close ESPN Staff Writer Previously covered the Kansas City Chiefs for the Kansas City Star and Oklahoma University for the Oklahoman.

Jake Trotter

Close ESPN Staff Writer Covers the Big 12 Joined ESPN.com in 2011 Graduate of Washington & Lee University

The Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers have never met with a combined winning percentage higher than the one they’ll carry into their AFC North showdown on Sunday.

Behind quarterback Ben Roethlisberger‘s return, the Steelers are 4-0 and back on top of the division standings. But behind first-year head coach Kevin Stefanski, the Browns are 4-1 and off to their best start in 26 years.

Below, we break down a matchup and rivalry that could have major playoff implications down the line:

What’s been the biggest change for each team?

Jake Trotter, ESPN Cleveland Browns reporter: Despite having to implement a new offensive system amid a virtual offseason and shortened training camp, the Browns have already unlocked an offensive identity, powered by the league’s top running game. The knee injury to Pro Bowl running back Nick Chubb hurt, but Cleveland still features the 2017

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