The fact that the Green Bay Packers are currently without Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews, along with owning a 5-5 record coming into Sunday night, may have given the Pittsburgh Steelers a false sense of relief. Green Bay put up a fight all night long and it would take a last second field goal from Chris Boswell to secure a 31-28 Pittsburgh victory.
The Steelers drove the opening drive right down the field and capped it with a 1-yard touchdown pass from Ben Roethlisberger to Xavier Grimble. A missed extra point would mean only a six-point lead for the black and gold. The Packers would own the rest of the quarter with two touchdown drives. The first came on a 39-yard touchdown pass from Brett Hundley to Randall Cobb. Hundley would then connect with Jamaal Williams for a 54-yard to...Read More