While the Pittsburgh Steelers may not have not completed their comeback effort against the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday night, they did make some history in the final frame.
Pittsburgh’s 27 points scored in the fourth quarter are the most in the period in franchise history.
The previous record 25 points, scored in the fourth quarter of a game at Cincinnati on Dec. 7, 2014.
Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger tossed touchdowns to tight ends Eric Ebron and Pat Freiermuth in the quarter, while running back Najee Harris scored from a yard out. Kicker Chris Boswell added field goals of 36 and 45 yards, as well as three extra points.