Have you ever seen so many drops in one football game? Mike Wallace has more drops (four) than catches (two) and the Steelers' drive in the second quarter showcased that once again. The Bengals' defense is playing a bend but don't break type of gameplan and continue to end up on the fortunate side of things.
On a third down, Ben Roethlisberger slid in the pocket and flung one into the end zone to Wallace. Bengals cornerback Leon Hall was on the coverage and it initially looked as if he had the interception, but he grazed the ball forcing another drop by Wallace.
The drop forced a 47-yard field goal attempt by Shaun Suisham and he converted to cut the Bengals lead 14-6. The Bengals currently hold the ball with under two minutes left in the first half.