Steelers vs. Vikings: Live Score, Highlights and Analysis
In the end, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Minnesota Vikings game ended the way it should. The Steelers offensive line allowed pressure on quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and he fumbled the ball away to the Vikings.
The Vikings got the 34-27 win with the help of solid quarterback play by backup Matt Cassel and exceptional running by their star back Adrian Peterson. The Steelers defense had played well this season, but much of this loss falls on them, as they failed to get off the field several times.
The Steelers now head into the bye week with far more questions than answers about this team. Hopefully, with a week off some of the problems can be addressed and the rest of the season can be a positive.
Minnesota defeats Pittsburgh 34-27.
The Steelers fall to 0-4 after losing to the Vikings 34-27 in London.— Bleacher Report NFL (@BR_NFL) September 29, 2013
settle down on horse collar in PIT/MIN game. QB was in the pocket, not a foul.— Mike Pereira (@MikePereira) September 29, 2013
And it ends fittingly on a turnover.
What a catch by Brown! The Steelers are still in this.
This is what everyone bought a ticket for. With 1:34 to go, the Steelers have a chance to drive down and win or tie.
Minnesota leads by seven and they have the football.
Adrian Peterson with the big first down. He ran right through the gap Polamalu shot through. If Polamalu was patient, he would have gotten a chance to make a play.
The Steelers pass rush has been non-existent. Big game out of the Vikings offensive line today.
Wembley attendance is announced as 83,518 for Steelers-Vikings.— Steve Wilson (@stevewilsonap) September 29, 2013
If Ben is hurt, it's over for the Steelers. Not just for this game, but most likely this season.
Roethlisberger injured his hand on a touchdown throw to Jerricho Cotchery.
12:42 left in the game, Vikings lead 34-24
Vikings get another personal foul and the Steelers are back in business.
Steelers are working the middle of the field to get a one deep safety look. Then they can attack the outside.
The Steelers need to come out and take a shot downfield.
The Steelers tackles are completely inept.
Roethlisberger with a costly interception. Excellent play by Greenway as Sanders stopped on the route.
5:38 remaining in the third quarter
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