Pittsburgh-You can watch the exciting half of a football game, and it can convince you that everything you have seen in the past month is wrong. This is what we do as NFL observers. This is the lifeblood of our weekly overreaction column.
Example: The Steelers are done. I mean it is done. They seem to have finished the entire December, especially when they lost to the Bengals last Monday and were completely behind Sunday afternoon on Sunday afternoon. They trailed the Colts 24-7 at the end of the third quarter and could not Enter the 2 yard line in the finish area four consecutive times from inside. They have no competition. Ben Roethlisberger was terrible. Use capital letters “D” and “E”
Then, like that, they are not.
After the Colts’ goal line stood, the Steelers’ defense became rigid and forced to kick the pan. The Steelers returned to the Colts’ 39-yard line. In the next game, Roethlisberger found Diontae Johnson and Picasso made a touchdown to reduce the lead to 10 points.
The switch is toggled. Suddenly, the Colts were powerless offensively, and the Steelers, who had only played for 95 yards in the sleepy first half, couldn’t stop it. Roethlisberger passed the touchdown to Eric Ebron and JuJu Smith-Schuster in the fourth quarter, and Pittsburgh won again with a score of 28-24 and won the first AFC North championship in three years.
After the game, Smith-Schuster came to accept our post-match interview and explained that Roethlisberger gave a half-time speech and he told the team that it seemed like there was no fun. Therefore, they participated in the game in the second half.