How the Steelers got to the Super Bowl
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The Steelers won Super Bowl 50.
And yet, for all the talk of how they could have done more in the first half, this was not a fluke.
The Steelers are the only team to win the Super Bowl twice in the past 25 years.
When they do, the Steelers are considered one of the greatest Super Bowl teams of all time.
They were a wild card team that needed to win at least 10 games in the second half to even be considered a legitimate contender.
They had the talent, but they didn’t.
They were able to do it in the fourth quarter.
And for the first time since 2001, they were able, after a loss, to make a comeback.
So why was it a flub?
What was the reason for the Steelers’ fourth-quarter comeback?
The Pittsburgh defense, which was in the midst of its best defensive season since 2004, had a lot of weapons to work with in the middle of the field.
In the third quarter, with the Steelers up 13-0, the Broncos offense got a few chances.
But the Steelers defense was able to slow the game down, stop the Broncos from scoring, and give the Steelers a chance to get back into the game.
Here are some of the key plays from the fourth-down conversions in Super Bowl 51:The Steelers, who were up 13 at the time, were forced to settle for a field goal after a bad punt.
But this was a good play by the Steelers.
It wasn’t a bad call, but it was not what the Steelers wanted.
The Steelers offense was able, again, to get the ball to the right side of the Broncos’ end zone.
In this case, the right half of the end zone is usually occupied by the running back.
After an incomplete pass to running back Dwayne Bowe, the Patriots defense came up with an opportunity to get into the endzone.
The Steelers, as they had done so often in the last two seasons, were able make this play.
It was a great play by quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
The ball was out of bounds.
The running back was wide open.
And Roethisberger threw it downfield.
It was a brilliant throw.
But the Steelers didn’t want to run the ball.
The play was called back for pass interference, which is a penalty for an illegal pass.
And the Broncos had timeouts.
The Patriots had time to get a timeout, and the Steelers took advantage.
The defense stopped the clock on the next play and drove the ball downfield for the winning touchdown.
The Patriots scored again on the first play of the second overtime.
It wasn’t the greatest fourth-and-3 play in football history, but the Steelers were able take advantage of it.
The next play, this time from the 3-yard line, was the game-winner in Super B. The Broncos had the ball with 4:40 remaining.
Roethlisberg was sacked on the play.
He was going to the ground.
The Pittsburgh offense was in desperate need of a play.
Roethelberger was in great shape.
He had thrown for at least 300 yards in each of the past two seasons.
He wasn’t throwing the ball very far.
And he had the ability to throw it deep.
But instead, Roethsberger threw a pass that was too high.
It got caught by cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, who was standing right in front of the quarterback.
Roesberger was sacked and had to step up for the touchdown.
The Broncos could have put the ball in the air.
They could have ran it again.
But they didn
The Steelers won Super Bowl 50.And yet, for all the talk of how they could have done more in the…