Sunday, February 05, 2006


Pittsburgh makes its worst play of the game.

Roethslisberger threw a wobbly pass right into the hands of Herndon who ran it back to the Pittsburgh 20. This was such a bad pass. The Steeler receiver was probably four yards behind his coverage. That's normally a good thing but it also means that the receiver is not in any position to make a tackle.

Touchdown Seattle. Stevens, aka butterfingers, finally held on to one. It's a four point game again.

On the interception, there was some great blocking downfield. Perfect blocks struck down Steelers both behind and in front of the runner. Despite that, the Steelers effectively ground their way through all of the blockers to stop the play from being a touchdown. Impressive all around.


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