When the moment is the biggest, the best players make plays. This is what happened on Sunday night as the Pittsburgh Steelers pulled off an impressive overtime win over the Seattle Seahawks 20-17.
Pittsburgh took fans on a roller coaster ride with ups and downs from start to finish. The team was very slow out of the gates but picked it up in the second quarter and took a 14-0 lead into halftime.
But the Steelers defense forgot to come out after halftime and Seattle stormed back with 14 points in the third quarter making it 17-14 Pittsburgh going into the fourth.
Seattle held on with a late field goal in regulation to force overtime. But in overtime two of the Steelers best players, linebacker T.J. Watt and kicker Chris Boswell came through in the clutch to complete the comeback.
The win pulls the Steelers to 3-3, although they remain last in the AFC North. Pittsburgh now heads into the bye week before a brutal stretch including the bulk of its division schedule.