PITTSBURGH -- The Terrible Towel is always an easy target when the Pittsburgh Steelers lose, and the Cleveland Browns knew that in Week 11. After their win over Pittsburgh, one Browns player got his moment when he snatched one from the stands and used it in a way the Steelers probably aren't fans of. 

After the Browns 13-10 win over the Steelers, Cleveland cornerback Mike Ford was caught on camera throwing a Terrible Towel on the ground in front of a Pittsburgh fan, handing him a Browns towel, and then running off with the Terrible Towel.

He then used it to wipe his backside. 

While the win is the biggest stat, Ford only recorded one tackle in the team's victory. 

Pittsburgh and Cleveland tied the season series 1-1 with the loss after the Steelers won in Week 2. The Browns, however, did move into second place in the AFC North and are only half a game back from the Baltimore Ravens for first place. 

If the Steelers and Browns meet again this season, Ford's actions will likely be used as bulletin board material. If they don't meet again until next season, Pittsburgh will still probably keep it in their back pocket for motivation. 

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