Former Georgia star Nick Chubb and the Cleveland Browns turned in an impressive performance on Sunday night in a 48-37 Wild Card playoff victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers as the Browns raced out to a 28-0 lead and held on to advance.

Chubb continued his impressive season with 18 carries for 76 yards, along with four catches for 69 yards including a 40-yard screen pass he took for a touchdown early in the fourth quarter after the Steelers had scored 16 straight points.

The big early lead was the largest first-half margin for a road team in NFL playoff history. The win was the first playoff victory for the Browns since Jan. 1, 1995. It also snapped a 17-game losing streak to the arch-rival Steelers at Heinz Field.

The Browns also did it without coach Kevin Stefanski and multiple key players who did not make the trip to Pittsburgh because of COVID-19 protocols. Chubb and the Browns now face the Kansas City Chiefs in their first divisional round game since the 1994 playoffs.

The 69 receiving yards are a career-high for Chubb and the four receptions tie the second best outing of his career in that category. It was his first receiving touchdown of the season.