Browns News: Browns asking for fans' help against the Steelers

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The Cleveland Browns aren't looking to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers alone on Sunday. They are looking for some help from the Dawg Pound as well.

"The crowd was a huge part of our win against New Orleans and we're looking for more of the same," Browns coach Mike Pettine said, via the 19 Action News.

When he was first hired for the Cleveland Browns job, Pettine said that the fans played a huge part in his excitement level coming in.

"We control the volume. When we're making plays and doing good things that place will be rocking," he said.

Defensive back Jordan Poyer also knows the benefits that a raucous Dawg Pound crowd can bring.

"When the crowd is loud and the offense can't make their checks, you get one guy on one page and another guy on another page, and their mixing signals, and boom they throw us an interception," Poyer said.

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