Steelers Football Score against the Green Bay Packers was 31-28 in their favor on Sunday Night Football. This was a very competitive and entertaining game. The Pittsburgh Steelers won this game with a field as time was running out.
I thought perhaps this game would go into overtime. However, Chris Boswell made a 53 yard field goal for the win. The Pittsburgh Steelers improve to 9-2. While the Green Bay Packers fall to 5-6.
The Green Bay Packers have been playing without Aaron Rodgers for the last six games. They have just won one game over that six game stretch. Their playoff chances are looking bleak at this point.
Ben Roethlisberger threw four touchdowns and two interceptions. His counter part Brett Huntley threw for three interceptions without any interceptions. The difference in this National Football League game, may have been total yards.
The Pittsburgh Steelers out gained on the ground the Green Bay Packers 121 yards to 80 yards. The Pittsburgh Steelers out gained the Green Bay Packers 341 yards to 245 yards through the air. Pittsburgh turned the ball over three times.
However, there two interceptions and one fumble did NOT cost them a victory. A missed point after attempt did NOT cost them this victory, as they made up for it by successfully making a second half two point conversion. Mason Crosby missed a 57 yard field goal wide to the left in the third quarter.
The Pittsburgh Steelers scored a touchdown on the ensuing possession. I’m not sure why the Green Bay Packers attempted such a long field goal, because since they missed, this gave the Pittsburgh Steelers a shorter field to work with. The Pittsburgh Steelers scored in every quarter in this football game.
The Green Bay Packers scored in three out of the four quarters. The Pittsburgh Steelers drove the ball down the field thirty seven yards with just seventeen seconds remaining in this game. This was enough for a last second fifty three yard field goal attempt, that was successful.
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