Steelers Field Goal Reduces Deficit To Dallas 10-3

After punting the football during their first three consecutive possessions, the PIttsburgh Steelers responded to Tony Romo's 17-yard touchdown pass to Jason Witten with a sustained drive that spanned 12 plays.

Yet the 66-yard drive wasn't capped by a touchdown, rather a third down skip-a-rock-across-the-lack bubble screen forced Sean Suisham to convert the 32-yard field goal with 6:03 remaining in the second quarter.

Though the Steelers doubled their entire offensive output during that possession, the Cowboys are still doubling the Steelers average yards per play.

Dallas leads Pittsburgh 10-3.

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