0:30 Jared Goff is intercepted by Minkah Fitzpatrick. Pittsburgh wins the game, 17-12.
1:31 Jared Goff throws an incompletion in the end zone. The Rams failure to convert a fourth down and 10 turns the ball over on downs.
2:49 Chris Boswell successfully kicks a 33-yard field goal. Pittsburgh leads 17-12.
6:54 Ryan Switzer is announced as questionable with a back injury.
12:40 Mason Rudolph is sacked in the end zone by Aaron Donald and Clay Matthews, resulting in a safety for the Rams. Pittsburgh’s lead cut to 14-12.
0:11 Greg Zuerlein successfully kicks a 33-yard field goal. LA cuts the Steelers lead to 14-10.
7:52 Rams punter Johnny Hekker is intercepted by Terrell Edmunds. Pittsburgh starts their drive at their 31.
13:34 Jared Goff is intcerpceted by Joe Haden. Pittsburgh takes over at their own 25.
0:03 Greg Zuerlein misses a 56-yard field goal attempt.
1:44 Jared Goff fumbles the ball after the sack from Javon Hargrave, which is then recovered by Minkah Fitzpatrick for the Steelers touchdown. Pittsburgh takes a 14-7 lead after the extra point.
That was textbook arm moving forward attempting a pass on the Goff "fumble" and everyone besides (apparently these refs) knows it. The Rams have every right to be furious.
— Mike J. Asti (@MikeAsti11) November 10, 2019
2:26 James Washington fumbles after the completed pass from Rudolph. Nickell Robey-Coleman forces the fumble. Cory Littleton recovers the fumble for LA.
3:19 The Rams fail to convert on 3rd down. LA is currently 0 for 4 on 3rd down attempts in the game.
4:02 T.J. Watt sacks Jared Goff for an 8-yard loss.
15:00 Cam Heyward sacks Jared Goff, causing a 10-yard loss and forcing the Rams to punt on fourth down and 18.
0:34 Mason Rudolph connects with James Washington for a 3-yard touchdown. Pittsburgh ties the game at 7 following the extra point.
2:39 Nickell Robey-Coleman’s interception gets negated thanks to multiple penalties against LA. The Rams challenge the ruling, but since neither team can challenge a turnover, LA gets charged a timeout regardless of the call. Pittsburgh ends up with the ball at the LA 20.
11:43 Pittsburgh challenges the ruling of Jared Goff’s pass being forward. The Steelers win the challenge, moving Mike Tomlin’s record to 2-3 on the season.
14:53 Mason Rudolph fumbles the ball while running. Dante Fowler returns the fumble for the Rams touchdown. LA leads 7-0 after the extra point.
Los Angeles Rams at Pittsburgh Steelers
Sunday, Nov. 10, 2019, 4:25 pm
Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA
TV/Radio: Fox regional coverage (WPGH-TV, see map), Chris Myers and Darryl Johnston; Steelers Radio Network (102.5 WDVE-FM), Bill Hillgrove, Tunch Ilkin and Craig Wolfley.
Line: Steelers +4, over/under 43.5
SN Coverage: Alan Saunders, Mike Asti, Ed Thompson
Steelers: Paxton Lynch (QB), Benn Snell Jr. (RB), James Conner (RB), Roosevelt Nix (FB), Ramon Foster (OL), Zach Gentry (TE), L.T. Walton (DE)
Rams: Brandin Cooks (WR), Jake Gervase (S), John Kelly (RB), Bryce Hager (LB), Jami Demby (OL), Bobby Evans (T), Tanzel Smart (DT)
PITTSBURGH WEATHER NOW FORECAST
Cloudy, 49 degrees.
OUT: Steelers RB James Conner (AC joint), G Ramon Foster (concussion protocol), FB Roosevelt Nix (knee), RB Benny Snell, Jr. (meniscus); Rams WR Brandin Cooks (concussion), LB Bryce Hager (shoulder)
QUESTIONABLE: Steelers WR JuJu Smith-Schuster (foot)
STEELERS NOW COVERAGE THIS WEEK
Steelers Tops Among All Teams in Pro Bowl Votes; T.J. Watt Leads OLBs
The Pittsburgh Steelers lead all NFL clubs in votes cast for the 2021 NFL Pro Bowl, the league announced on Wednesday, with outside linebacker T.J. Watt the top vote-getter at his position.
The Steelers led all teams in votes, followed by the Kansas City Chiefs, Seattle Seahawks, Green Bay Packers and Buffalo Bills, and did so despite not having any players in the top five overall vote-getters and just two players leading at their position.
Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes has the most votes of any individual player, with 143,355 votes, followed by Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce and Arizona Cardinals wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins.
For the Steelers, Watt leads all vote-getters at outside linebacker with 69,924 votes. Watt is a two-time Pro Bowler and is coming off a first-team All-Pro season in 2019. He’s currently tied for third in the NFL with nine sacks, one-half behind leaders Trey Hendrickson of New Orleans and Myles Garrett of Cleveland. Khalil Mack of the Chicago Bears paced the NFC’s outside linebackers with 47,689 votes.
The Steelers’ other top vote-getter comes at an unusual position. Long snapper Kameron Canaday leads all AFC long snappers with 48,869 votes. Canaday, in his fifth NFL season and fourth with the Steelers, has never made the Pro Bowl.
While the teams will still be selected, the 2021 NFL Pro Bowl will not be played. Instead the Pro Bowl events will be led virtually and the game will be streamed via Madden NFL 21. The game had been scheduled to be played at Allegiant Stadium in las Vegas on Jan. 31. Voting will continue through Dec. 17.
Ben Roethlisberger Doesn’t Think the Steelers Are Throwing Too Much
Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger explains how he deals with the uncertainty each week during this strange 2020 season. His comments were made prior to his team’s game against Baltimore being moved from Thursday night to Sunday afternoon due to safety concerns related to COVID-19.
The veteran quarterback also responded to questions about how many pass attempts he’s had each week and if it’s a concern moving forward.
Steelers: No Fans for Rescheduled Game vs. Ravens on Sunday
There will be no fans in attendance when the Pittsburgh Steelers host the Baltimore Ravens in their rescheduled game at Heinz Field this Sunday, the team announced on Wednesday afternoon.
The team had expected to host 5,500 fans at the game when it was originally expected to be held on Thursday evening, but that game was supposed to be the last with with any significant complement of fans for the time being.
On Monday, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced an amended COVID-19 mitigation protocol that reduced the capacity for outdoor venues to a maximum of 2,500. With that limit, which includes players, staff and families, the Steelers have elected to not host any additional fans through single-game ticket sales.
“We are disappointed for those fans who had planned on attending Thursday night’s game,” team spokesman Burt Lauten said in a statement. “Our ticked office will communicate soon with those fans who purchased tickets from us regarding credits and refunds.”