The Steelers got off to a perfect start to their Monday Night Football matchup against the Browns as Alex Highsmith waltzed into the end zone on the very first play of the game.
Browns quarterback Deshaun Watson threw an interception with his first pass, with the ball being knocked down by tight end Harrison Bryant.
He was caught by Minkah Fitzpatrick, but the Steelers safety then slammed into Bryant and lost the ball himself.
Eventually, Highsmith caught the looping ball and the linebacker returned the pick 30 yards as Pittsburgh took a 7-0 lead at Acrisure Stadium Monday night.
Alex Highsmith scored a Steelers touchdown on the first play of their game against the Browns
Highsmith caught the ball after it was intercepted and then lost by safety Minkah Fitzpatrick
The linebacker ran from the 30-yard line to give the Steelers a perfect start to the game