CLEVELAND — On Sunday, the Cleveland Browns will play in a playoff game -- the franchise's first since 2003 -- when they face the Pittsburgh Steelers in the AFC Wild Card round at Heinz Field.
The last time the Browns played in the postseason, they also faced the Steelers at Heinz Field, losing a memorable 36-33 matchup in Pittsburgh.
On Wednesday, Cleveland's quarterback for its last playoff game, Kelly Holcomb, joined "The Voice of the Browns" and 3News' Jim Donovan to take a stroll down memory lane. Among the topics discussed between the two include the following:
- Holcomb's feelings on the Browns' 2020 run to the playoffs.
- A look back at Cleveland's playoff-clinching victory over the Atlanta Falcons in 2002, in which Holcomb came in for Tim Couch, who broke his leg during the game.
- The Browns' snowy preparations for the Steelers 18 years ago.
- Holcomb's 429, 3-touchdown performance vs. Pittsburgh in the Wild Card loss.
You can watch Jim's interview with Kelly in the video player above or in the YouTube player below.