NFL Playoffs 2011: Steelers Lead Jets by 10 Points in Second Quarter
NFL Playoffs 2011: Steelers Lead Jets by 10 Points in Second Quarter.
With about six minutes left in the second quarter, the Pittsburgh Steelers are currently leading the New York Jets, 10-0, in the AFC Championship Game in Pittsburgh.
The Jets have 22 total yards in the game and have run 10 plays to the Steelers' 31 plays in the game.
Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall has picked up right where he left off against the Jets in Week 15, rushing for 89 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries.
In Week 15, Mendenhall rushed for 100 yards and a TD on 17 carries.
The Steelers held the Baltimore Ravens to 126 total yards last week in the divisional round of the playoffs.
The Jets, who usually find success pounding the rock through the line, are having trouble gaining yards on the ground, which has disrupted the offense and appears to be forcing the Jets to put the game in quarterback Mark Sanchez' hands.
The Jets have just punted again after only their third drive of the game.
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