4. Thursday Night Football December 7th 2006 (4-8) Browns 7 (5-7) Steelers 27
It was a cold game in Pittsburgh with temperatures in the teens and wind chill below zero. The thing that stood out about the most about this game was the rushing disparity. The Browns had a total of 18 rushing yards for the entire game. Reuben Droughns technically led the team with six yards, but Derek Anderson had the highest average with his one rush for four yards to finish tied for second. On the other side of the field, the Steelers rushed for 303 as a team, with Willie Parker leading the way with 223 yards and a TD on 32 carries with a long of 39. He broke John Fuqua’s team record for rushing yards in a game, 218, and became the first Steeler to record two 200+ rushing yard games in a season for them.