Steelers 24, Chargers 22 (2005, Week 5)
LaDainian Tomlinson's touchdown gave the Chargers a 22-21 lead with less than five minutes to go at San Diego.
Despite suffering a knee injury, Ben Roethlisberger put the Steelers in position for Jeff Reed's 40-yard field goal with six seconds left.
The Steelers improved to 3-1 and took another small step toward winning Super Bowl XL.
Steelers 20. Ravens 19 (2005, Week 8)
Roethlisberger completed a 14-yard pass to Antwaan Randle El and a 23-yard pass to Quincy Morgan, sparking a 60-yard drive that led to Jeff Reed's 37-yard field goal with 1:40 left. The Steelers improved to 5-2 with this Monday night home win on Halloween.
Steelers 26, Jaguars 21 (2008, Week 5)
The Steelers trailed the Jaguars 21-20 with less than five minutes left at Jacksonville. On 3rd-and-8 from the Jaguars' 31-yard line, Roethlisberger had a defender yanking his jersey but kept the play and the drive alive with an 18-yard pass to Hines Ward.
An eight-yard touchdown pass to Ward with 1:59 left provided the winning points. The Steelers avenged their 2007 playoff loss to the Jaguars and ended Jacksonville's three-game winning streak against them.
Pittsburgh improved to 4-1 and made a statement in what turned out to be a championship season.
Steelers 11, Chargers 10 (2008, Week 11)
Once again, the Steelers beat the Chargers on a field goal in the final seconds on their way to a championship season.
This time, it was in Pittsburgh.
Down 10-8 with 6:31 left, the Steelers started at their own 13-yard line. Roethlisberger completed all six passes he threw on the drive for 62 yards. The last one was a 13-yarder to Santonio Holmes at the Chargers' 21. From there, it was all Willie Parker, as the Steelers ran the clock down to 15 seconds for Jeff Reed's 32-yard field goal.
The Steelers improved to 7-3 with this win.