Steelers Take 24-17 Lead On Antonio Brown's Seven-Yard Touchdown

Now it's closing in on a nothing changed scenario, like last weekend after Cincinnati's last-second loss to the Dallas Cowboys.

The Cowboys have third and one at midfield when they tried trickery, faking the handoff to DeMarco Murray and then Tony Romo rolling out. James Harrison didn't buy it, burying Romo for a five-yard loss.

The Steelers respond with a 78-yard, seven-play drive, quickly taking a seven-point lead on Antonio Brown's seven-yard touchdown reception with 12:37 remaining in the game.

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