Sunday’s Best: Photos can be prettier than the game itself


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Le'Veon Bell against the entire Browns defense. - MATT SUNDAY / DKPS

CLEVELAND -- The Steelers drew a 2017 schedule bookended by games against the Browns, a 1-15 team in 2016, still a hated rival, and a team with a new outlook and a new set of weapons.

Game one of the series was, let's go with... not pretty.

21-18 is still a winning score for the team in black and gold, but it didn't look like a win on the sidelines. Based on what our Dejan KovacevicMark Kaboly and Chris Carter wrote on Week 1, it didn't look particularly pretty from the press box, either.

The win on the lake was full of action, regardless of whether there are touchdown photos to prove it (there aren't). Thankfully, Anthony Chickillo and T.J. Watt provided enough sparks to keep my camera satisfied.

Luckily, you don't need to be shooting a 'pretty' win to make pretty photos. You just need the right light and plenty of action.

Let's take a look at some of my favorites from the game:

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