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Steelers defeat Bills, 23-10

Posted by Teresa Varley on November 10, 2013 – 4:02 pm

The defense set the Steelers up for their next score when Ryan Clark intercepted E.J. Manuel at the 50-yard line and returned it 37 yards to the 13-yard line. The offense wasn’t able to get it into the end zone, but Shaun Suisham came on for a 37-yard field goal, extending the lead to 20-3.

A fired-up defense shut the Bills down on their ensuing drive with sacks by Jarvis Jones and Cam Heyward to force the punt.

Antonio Brown put the Steelers right back in scoring position with a 50-yard punt return to the Bills 11-yard line. Bell had gains of one and five yards, but on third down Roethlisberger’s pass to Heath Miller in the end zone was broken up. Suisham came through with a 23-yard field goal for the 23-3 lead.

The Bills added a last second touchdown, to pull within 23-10 with just three seconds to play.

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2 Responses to “Steelers defeat Bills, 23-10”

  1. By Dan on Nov 11, 2013 | Reply

    Huge win for the Steelers and here’s a thought. Hey, I know it’s a long-shot, or perhaps maybe not…but Pittsburgh could still win the AFC North with either an 8-8 or 9-7 record.

    Stay with me…….

    Obviously a lot would have to happen, but the Steelers have five games remaining within the division and they’ve already beaten the Ravens. If they win out in the division, they’ll have eight wins and who knows if Aaron Rodgers will be 100% in week 16 at Green Bay and if that game turns out to be a snow game anything can happen. I still like Pittsburgh’s defense over Green Bay’s. But even if the Steelers were to lose that game and the Week 11 game hosting Detroit, they could still win the division based on tie-breakers, as long as they take care of Miami in Week 14, which is at home. I’ve obviously made some assumptions regarding the Bengals, Browns, and Ravens, and what their results could look like, but as inconsistent as this division is this year, it’s feasible. The rest of the division still has some tough games coming up against teams like New England, Indianapolis, Chicago, Detroit, and each other.

  2. By ec horne on Nov 11, 2013 | Reply

    why not run dwyer about 16 20 times and see what hppens? he did it ga tech and did all right plus he was the last steeler to have back to back 100 yds

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