Joe Haden continues to be the anchor of the Steelers secondary. He is truly what the Steelers have needed for so long on the defensive side of the ball.
His coverage on receivers is phenomenal. He rarely makes mistakes. He forces quarterbacks to make perfect throws in his direction, otherwise, Haden makes them pay for it. He recorded his first interception of the season in the second quarter where Baker Mayfield tried taking a shot down the field, but underthrew the ball just a little bit and Haden made a sensational play on it.
Haden nearly had a carbon copy interception late in the game when Cleveland was moving the ball in garbage time, but the receiver was able to break the play up.
Haden continues to be the Steelers’ shut down corner and setting as great example for the younger players. It’s impossible for his play to go unnoticed.