The Steelers came into Sunday’s game with a 4-0 record, but they weren’t happy with the way their defense played late in last week’s win over the Eagles.

There wasn’t much to dislike about this week’s outing. They allowed the Browns 220 yards while intercepting Baker Mayfield twice and racking up four sacks in a 38-7 win that keeps them at the top of the AFC North.

Head coach Mike Tomlin called his team’s performance “varsity ball” after the game and specifically praised the way the defense kept the Browns from extending drives.