Seth Shares His Thoughts on the Steelers’ Loss

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Published on January 12, 2021

Seth Meyers tries to focus on the positive after the Pittsburgh Steelers lost big to the Cleveland Browns.

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20 comments

  • Devin Elgert 9 months ago

    I was waiting for him to declare “Brown(s) lives matters!” I can’t be the only one who thinks that this monologue was all an allegory to race relations?

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  • J.R. Caldoon 9 months ago

    I watched the game via a YT livestream by UrinatingTree, who is a huge Yinzer. Even though I’m a Ravens fan (and Saints, for reasons), I felt his pain during every second of the game. He likes to characterize games between poorly-performing teams as “Tank Bowls” — well, this one was the Stank Bowl. Rotten from one end to the other.

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  • Carolina Blood 9 months ago

    If it makes you feel better, Seth, Ohio State lost to Alabama.

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  • TooBlessed ToBeStressed! 9 months ago

    I as a true ✭”Dallas Cowboys”✭ fan UNDERSTANDS YOUR PAIN!!🤦🏽‍♂️

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  • MyNameIsCorey 9 months ago

    11-0 start to the season winners of the division only to finish it being one and done to the browns….yea I would be on the sideline in tears too

    -Signed a Ravens fan

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  • david huff 9 months ago

    Big Ben wasn’t playing in the NFL the last time the browns won a playoff game……….

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  • M D-S 9 months ago

    Thank you for verbalizing my pain. As I screamed at my TV on Sunday, the world made no sense…but now I will lie to myself that the joy of one child makes up for that insanity the other night. Right now I would happily take a ring and let that boy cry…but eventually that lie may warm my cold heart…thanks.

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  • Norberto Dominguez 9 months ago

    Seth, unbeknownst to most of the world every once in a while, out of the kindness of our hearts, we like to give a game away to a city (and it’s team) that hasn’t had a win in a long time. It’s not something we brag about. Doing so would be like feeding a homeless person, then taking taking a photo and posting it on social media. We’re not those kind of people. And do we get a thank you or expect one? No. It’s the thought that counts really. And if we don’t have to think about that ball flying over Roethlisberger’s head like a Primanti Brothers sandwich auditioning for a position on the next Olympics Pole Vaulting team, then we’re good, knowing deep in our hearts that we did some good.

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  • Armando Muñoz 9 months ago

    That’s okay. We all hate the Steelers when we’re not hating the Patriots. Go, Cowboys or whatever.

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  • CAP198462 9 months ago

    In other news, Cleveland browns fans unveiled devastating a new chant, instead of the typical “defence,” they chanted “stop the steelers”

    Permission to facepalm granted.

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  • no pe 9 months ago

    f Michigan and f the Steelers

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  • sakinah abdur-razzaque 9 months ago

    That loud mouth got yall buck kicked.lmao

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  • Howard Lamar 9 months ago

    2:44 Beautiful 💋💋love u💋💋

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  • MMB628 Jr 9 months ago

    I feel you Seth.. I was Happy for Cleveland too.

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  • slockhrt 9 months ago

    I’m a Steelers fan. I don’t know what else to say. This was another disappointing end to a season for our beloved team.

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  • Justin Williams 9 months ago

    The browns did a great job they have been working hard to do better and they have.Well earned.

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  • Jr Rose 9 months ago

    Who give a fuch about football when our country is facing civil war and pandemic

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  • Tracymmo 9 months ago

    Browns haven’t been champions since 1964, before the Super Bowl existed. Cleveland has’t won the World Series since 1948. The Cavs championship was the first major championship for us since 1964.

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  • DAVID LANG 9 months ago

    PENNSYLVANIA WAS HIT WITH SEVERAL SERIOUS LOSSES RECENTLY!!!

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  • David B 9 months ago

    It could be worse. You could be a Pats fan, and know that your team is (was?) too close to the Traitor in Chief. Or that your best-ever player is into the post season with his new girl, sorry, team.
    At least Bill did reject the MoF, that was pretty much the highlight of the season.

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