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Pittsburgh Steelers Great Victory on Monday Night Football

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Tuesday, 10 November 2009 20:47
Monday Night Recap at BSN SportsLast night the Pittsburgh Steelers won a major victory that allowed them to tie the Bengals in the AFC North, who next week face 10 in an attractive match.

In a game that was steady until the fourth quarter, safety Tyrone Carter, who replaced Ryan Clark holder, made the big play that catapulted the win to the Steelers (6-2), returning the first of two interceptions that had for Touchdown 48 yards.

Hines Ward caught two passes for touchdowns short of Ben Roethlisberger, who managed to delight the perimeter of the Broncos (6-2).

Rashard Mendenhall rode on the Broncos defense by recording 155 yards on 22 carries.

Until the end of the third period Denver's defense held the Pittsburgh running game, and the 14/10 game quarterback Kyle Orton threw a pass that was intercepted by Troy Polamalu, he returned to the 25-yard line, followed by a pass Big Ben's touchdown to rookie Mike Wallace that the Broncos virtually collapsed and declared the game.


The Steelers dominated the second half of play in implementing training without meeting with three "receivers" that caused Elvis Dumervil, who shares the lead in sacks in the NFL Odds with 10.5 was a long time on the sideline.

"We did not stop anyone once they started using the free training session," said Josh McDaniels.

The Denver Broncos re-collapse in the second half for the second straight week. Invesco Field emptied quickly, leaving a landscape of contrasts with thousands of empty blue seats, orange pompoms lying everywhere and "Terrible Towel" waving yellow.

The scenario for the next week will change dramatically for both teams as the Steelers get to the Cincinnati Bengals in the game that could well decide the direction of the AFC North. While the Broncos, if logic prevails, will give a "ride" on the FedEx Field Redskins visiting the slumping.
 
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