0:00 The Steelers take a knee and win the game by a score of 26-24.
1:11 Adam Vinatieri misses a 43-yard field goal attempt. The Steelers still lead 26-24.
2:03 Zach Pascal keeps himself inbounds to complete a 19-yard catch. Pittsburgh challenges the play, claiming offensive pass interference.
2:13 Pittsburgh challenges a pass interference ruling. The call of PI is upheld.
6:39 Chris Boswell successfully kicks a 26-yard field goal. The Steelers take a 26-24 lead.
7:30 Indianapolis challenges a ruling of pass interference. The call of pass interference stands.
8:30 Mason Rudolph completes a 40-yard pass play to James Washington. Rudolph took advantage of the Colts blitz on the play.
8:43 Brian Hoyer throws a 4-yard touchdown pass to a wide open Chester Rogers in the back of the end zone. The two-point conversion attempt is unsuccessful. Indianapolis leads, 24-23.
11:55 Houston recovers the fumble. The Colts start their drive at the Pittsburgh 30.
14:57 Chris Boswell successfully kicks a 33-yard field goal. Pittsburgh leads, 23-18.
0:58 Olasunkanmi Adeniyi forces a fumble on the kickoff. Johnny Holton recovers the fumble, giving Pittsburgh the ball at the Indianapolis 17.
1:05 The Colts are awarded a safety after Justin Houston sacks Rudolph in the end zone. Rudolph fumbles the ball, but it’s recovered by Alejandro Villanueva. Pittsburgh leads, 20-18.
5:25 Mason Rudolph throws a 7 yard touchdown to Vance McDonald. The Steelers take a 20-16 lead after the Boswell extra point.
10:40 Bud Dupree forces and recovers a Brian Hoyer fumble. Pittsburgh takes over at their own 46.
0:00 Chris Boswell successfully kicks a 51-yard field goal. The half closes with the Colts up 16-13.
0:00 The Steelers get one last player in the half thanks to a personal foul penalty.
0:42 Brian Hoyer throws a 14-yard touchdown to Zach Pascal. Indianapolis takes a 16-10 lead. The extra point is blocked by Cam Heyward.
2:20 Minkah Fitzpatrick returns Brian Hoyer’s interception for 96 yards and a Steelers touchdown. Pittsburgh ties the game after the extra point.
6:01 The Steelers turn the ball over on downs, giving the Colts the ball at their own 35.
11:20 Jacoby Brissett is announced as questionable with a knee injury.
11:57 Brian Hoyer throws an 11-yard touchdown up the middle to Jack Doyle. The Colts lead 10-7 after the extra point.
12:41 Colts starting quarterback Jacob Brissett leaves the game with an injury. Brian Hoyer replaces him under center.
0:50 Indianapolis recovers their own fumble on the Pittsburgh kickoff.
1:01 Chris Boswell successfully kicks a 21-yard field goal to tie the game at 3.
7:09 Adam Vinatieri successfully kicks a 25-yard field goal to give the Colts a 3-0 lead.
7:48 Bud Dupree sacks Jacoby Brissett for an 8-yard loss.
12:20 Rudolph throws an interception to Kenny Moore. Colts start their drive on the Pittsburgh 35.
14:05 JuJu Smith-Schuster becomes the youngest player to reach 200 career receptions.
Sunday, Nov. 3, 2019, 1 pm
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA
TV/Radio: CBS (see map), Steelers Radio Network (102.5 WDVE-FM)
SN Coverage: Alan Saunders, Mike Asti, Ed Thompson
Line: Steelers -1 (opened at Colts -1), over/under 40.5
PITTSBURGH WEATHER NOW FORECAST
Mix of clouds and sun, cool, 45 degrees.
Steelers: RB James Conner (AC joint), RB Benny Snell, Jr. (meniscus), G Ramon Foster (concussion protocol), QB Paxton Lynch, CB Justin Layne, TE Zach Gentry, DE L.T. Walton.
Colts: WR T.Y. Hilton (calf), CB Pioerre Desir (hamstring), OL Le’Raven Clark, DT Carl Davis, DL Tyquan Lewis, RB Jonathan Williams, CB Quincy Wilson.
From photographer Ed Thompson.
OUT: Steelers G Ramon Foster (concussion protocol), RB Benny Snell, Jr. (meniscus); Colts WR T.Y. Hilton (calf)
DOUBTFUL: Steelers RB James Conner (AC joint)
QUESTIONABLE: Steelers FB Roosevelt Nix (knee); Colts CB Pierre Desir (hamstring), S Malik Hooker (knee), DE James Houston (calf).
STEELERS NOW COVERAGE THIS WEEK
JuJu Smith-Schuster Delivers Pizzas to Steelers Fans
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster is bringing some joy to fans during tough times.
Smith-Schuster spent his Tuesday afternoon delivering pizzas for PizzaHut, and even took the time to snap a pic with a young fan, courtesy of JimStamm22 on Twitter.
Hopefully, this gives everyone a little lift today. @TeamJuJu just delivered @pizzahut to our house in Pittsburgh. He even took a little time to take a picture with our son, Ben. Thanks Juju, you made our day!!! 👍😁🍕#Steelers #HereWeGo pic.twitter.com/u7u561SheP— ForTheCity_412 (@JimStamm22) June 2, 2020
A fan favorite, Smith-Schuster is entering his fourth season in Pittsburgh.
After an explosive sophomore season in 2018, Smith-Schuster battled injuries and inconsistent quarterback play that combined for a lackluster 2019.
With the return of franchise quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, Smith-Schuster appears primed to deliver more than pizzas this upcoming season.
Report: Steelers to Hold Training Camp at Team Facility, Not at Saint Vincent College
It looks like the Steelers will be staying home for training camp this August.
According to a report by ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Tuesday, the league has informed teams that they must hold training camp at their facilities later this summer in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
And so the NFL has told all its teams that they must stay at their team facilities for this summer's training camps.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) June 2, 2020
The Steelers will now be conducting training camp on the South Side, instead of their traditional summer home of Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, snapping a 54-year streak.
The league still plans for training camp to begin on time, but has made no announcement on changes to the season or whether games will have fans.
Steelers Honor 2020 Graduates at Heinz Field
The Pittsburgh Steelers are showing love to the 2020 graduates that had their senior years cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The team honored this year’s graduating class by displaying a congratulatory message on the scoreboard at Heinz Field Friday night.
You worked hard.— Heinz Field (@heinzfield) May 30, 2020
You did your best.
You gave it your all.
You earned this.
Congratulations to the class of 2020! pic.twitter.com/bzykmUF6u7
A few current and former Steelers players also voiced their support on social media, including running back James Conner, defensive end Cam Heyward and retired defensive end Brett Keisel.
“Keep focused, keep chasing your dreams,” Conner said. “I know 2020’s been a wild year, but just stay focused, stay locked in. I know you guys are all going to go and accomplish great things.”
Congratulations to the graduates of the Class of 2020!— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) May 29, 2020
Tonight at 8:20 pm, we honor you by displaying a special congratulatory message on the videoboard at @HeinzField!@JamesConner_ | @CamHeyward | @bkeisel99 pic.twitter.com/HaG5SVofNi
Students across the Pittsburgh area have been forced to finish the school year from home, and have unfortunately had to miss out on some of life’s biggest milestones, such as prom and graduation day.
It’s great to see the Steelers doing their part to make students feel celebrated and recognized.