Steelers RB DeAngelo Williams ribs Terrelle Pryor's Browns outlook

PITTSBURGH -- The Steelers never miss out on a chance to get the best of the Cleveland Browns.

The Steelers have defeated the Browns 20 times since 2004, and Pittsburgh running back DeAngelo Williams used that position of power to dig Terrelle Pryor's quote that Cleveland, at 0-3, can win out.

On Twitter, Williams posted an NFL.com screen grab of Pryor saying the Browns are capable of winning the rest of their games, followed by a comment of his own.

"Once we get over that hump, I think we're going to have a lot of success, even this year," Pryor told reporters Wednesday. "I think we can win all the rest of the games."

The Buckeyes are 3-0, ranked No. 2 and are chasing another national title under Urban Meyer. Pryor played quarterback at Ohio State from 2008-10. He won a Rose Bowl as Ohio State quarterback, but holds a complicated legacy there because of allegations that Pryor and other players received cash and tattoos in exchange for signed memorabilia and championship rings. The exchanges prompted an NCAA investigation and resulted in the resignation of coach Jim Tressel. Pryor entered the 2011 NFL supplemental draft, and after struggling as a pro quarterback, Pryor has found a landing strip in Cleveland as a receiver.

After a few wins, perhaps Pryor will return the favor to @DeAngeloRB with a fun volley.