Two weeks ago, the Pittsburgh Steelers were flying high after a dramatic come-from-behind victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars and were in the driver’s seat toward a divisional crown and a possible first round bye in the playoffs. Flash forward two weeks, and the Black & Gold are barely hanging on to the division lead and have all but lost a chance at a first round bye.
For the second week in a row, the Steelers came up short against an AFC West opponent, as the Los Angeles Chargers rallied in the second half for a 33-30 stunner at Heinz Field.
Pittsburgh got off to a blazing start in front of their hometown crowd and looked as though they were going to coast to an easy victory. Ben Roethlisberger connected with Antonio Brown to set up a one yard touchdown run by James Conner to mak...Read More