The Pittsburgh Steelers may have finally found the spark they needed to get their offense going. Trailing 13-3 in their Monday night contest with the Houston Texans, Pitt was in desperate need of someone to step up on offense, and they got it from a guy playing in his first NFL game.
Rookie wide receiver Martavis Bryant had been inactive in each of the Steelers' first six games while he recovered from a preseason hamstring injury in addition to learning the playbook.
Bryant made quite a debut with his second-quarter score to give the Steelers' their first touchdown of the night.
Bryant got behind the defense, and Ben Roethlisberger found him for the 35-yard score to cut Houston's lead to just 13-10.
Bryant took the game-day roster spot of Justin Brown, who is inactive for the first time this season. It looks like Pitt may have found a better option for their struggling offense.