WATCH: Nick Chubb scores TD he doesn't have to apologize for




 

The Cleveland Browns are now up two scores on the Pittsburgh Steelers as running back Nick Chubb has scored a touchdown at the goal line. This put up on the Steelers 23-14 as the teams play out the fourth quarter. And the best part? Chubb will not have to apologize for this touchdown.

Jacoby Brissett continues to play efficient football, Amari Cooper and David Njoku look unguardable, and now Chubb gets in on the action. The Browns have a two-score lead in the fourth quarter for the third straight week, but can they hold on after giving their fans a heart attack against the Carolina Panthers and New York Jets?

Story originally appeared on Browns Wire

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