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Final: Steelers 26 Indianapolis Colts 24



4th Quarter

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.

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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.

3rd Quarter

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.

2nd Quarter

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.

Minkah Fitzpatrick Has Steelers’ Longest Interception Return Since 1933

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.

1st Quarter

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.

Juju Smith-Schuster Becomes Youngest NFL Player to 200 Catches


Sunday, Nov. 3, 2019, 1 pm
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA

TV/Radio: CBS (see map), Steelers Radio Network (102.5 WDVE-FM)

From 506 Sports

SN Coverage: Alan Saunders, Mike Asti, Ed Thompson
Line: Steelers -1 (opened at Colts -1), over/under 40.5


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).


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Titans Shut Down Practice after Multiple Positive COVID-19 Tests



The Tennessee Titans have shut down their practices this week after multiple positive COVID-19 tests within the organization, the team announced on Tuesday in advance of their game against the Pittsburgh Steelers scheduled for this Sunday in Nashville.

The Titans had three new player positives and five new staff positives on Tuesday, and both the Titans, and their opponents from Sunday the Minnesota Vikings, have shut down practices for the week, according to a report by Tom Pelissero of NFL Network.

“Out of an abundance of caution, the organization has decided to work remotely today as we follow NFL protocols related to the COVID-19 virus,” the Titans said in a statement to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. “Several tests have come back positive and we are working through the process of confirming them. We will have more information [Wednesday].”

According to a report ESPN’s Dianna Russini, the NFL is shutting down the Titans’ entire week of practice until Saturday, which would obviously put the status of Sunday’s game in jeopardy.

Update, 10:31 a.m: The NFL and NFLPA released a joint statement later on Tuesday morning:

“​On Tuesday morning, the Titans COVID testing results returned three new player positives and five new personnel positives. The Titans will suspend in-person club activities starting today. Likewise, the Vikings, who played the Titans on Sunday, will also suspend in-person club activities. Both clubs are working closely with the NFL and the NFLPA, including our infectious disease experts, to evaluate close contacts, perform additional testing and monitor developments. All decisions will be made with health and safety as our primary consideration. We will continue to share updates as more information becomes available.”

Update, 10:47 a.m: Kevin Seifert of ESPN has confirmed that the tests are not false positives.

Update, 11:43 a.m: The Steelers have postponed Mike Tomlin’s press conference, which was scheduled for noon.

Update, 11:50 a.m: Betting on the Steelers-Titans game has been taken off the board in several casinos, including Parx in Pennsylvania.

Update, 11:57 a.m:  Steelers spokesman Burt Lauten has released the following statement:

“We have been in contact with the NFL regarding the positive COVID-19 tests with the Tennessee Titans. We have been informed to proceed with our game preparations for Sunday’s game until we are informed otherwise.

“We will provide more information when it becomes available.”

Update, 12:01 p.m: Albert Breer of NFL Network is reporting that Titans outside linebackers coach Shane Bowen tested positive last week and is not one of the eight positive cases announced by the team on Tuesday.

Stay with Steelers Now with more on this developing story.

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Steelers LT Alejandro Villanueva Explains His Decision to Honor Alwyn Cashe



Steelers left tackle Alejandro Villanueva explains why decided to honor deceased US Army sergeant Alwyn Cashe on his teammate instead of joining the rest of team in honoring police shooting victim Antwon Rose, Jr via Zoom with members of the media on Monday, Sept. 28, 2020.

The Steelers had previously announced that the entire team would be honoring Rose, but Villanueva decided to change his mind and honor Cashe. He spoke with Mike Tomlin about that decision, but team captains Cameron Heyward and Ben Roethlisberger said they were surprised by Villanueva’s decision.

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Steelers Finish Week 3 in First Place in AFC North



It’s early in the season, but being alone in first place can never be a bad things, and that’s where the Steelers find themselves.

The Steelers started the season 3-0 with Sunday’s 28-21 victory over the Houston Texans and Monday night, the Baltimore Ravens dropped a 34-20 decision to the Kansas City Chiefs. With the loss, the Ravens fell to 2-1, leaving the Steelers alone at the top of the division.

The Steelers are 3-0 for the first time since 2010, and are at the top of the division for the first time in a while. The last time the Steelers were atop the AFC North was after the end of Week 15 in the 2018 season.

The Ravens will fall into a second-place tie with the Cleveland Browns at 2-1. The Cincinnati Bengals are 0-2-1.

The Steelers will put their first-place standing and unbeaten record on the line on Sunday against a team in an identical scenario: the 3-0 Tennessee Titans, which lead the AFC North at 3-0.

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