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The Steelers battle for an emotional 8th straight win and clinch the AFC North in the wake of Ryan Shazier's career-ending spinal injury in Cinci the prior week. After jumping out to a 14-0 lead, the Steelers falter and trail by 11 points after 3 quarters. But Ben Roethlisberger throws for 228 of his 506 yds in the 4th quarter, becoming the first QB to throw for over 500 yds 3 times while leading the Steelers to 19 points. Antonio Brown has 11 catches for 213 yds, including key long gains of 57, 22 and 34 yds in the 4th quarter, while LeVeon Bell gains 125 total yds and snags 9 catches. Pittsburgh's defense struggles throughout the night without Shazier, but they come up big when they have to, forcing a Ravens 3-and-out to get the ball back at their own 17 with 2:25 to play. After taking a 9-yd sack by Suggs on 1st down, Big Ben does what he does, coolly driving the Steelers to the Raven 28, keyed by clutch 3rd down passes to Jessie James (16 yds on 3rd and 13) and a beautiful deep ball to AB (34 yds on 3rd and 5) to set up Chris Boswell's 46-yd game winner.

Approximately 21 minutes of NBC's pregame show from the 1979 AFC Championship game (Pittsburgh vs Houston).

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The Miracle at the Met! Needing a win to clinch the NFC Central and trailing 23-9 in the 4th quarter, the Vikings pull off a miracle when Tommy Kramer throws for 2 TDs to Ahmad Rashad in final 2 minutes, including a 46-yd TD on a Hail Mary as time expires. Following a Cleveland punt, the Vikings take over at their own 20 with only 14 seconds left and no times outs. A brilliant, perfectly executed "hook and lateral" play results in a 39-yd gain. On the final play, Kramer heaves a deep desperation pass down the right sideline into a crowd. The ball is tipped by a Brown at the 5-yd line and reeled in with one hand by Ahmad Rashad, who backs into the end zone for the score as time expires.

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Ben once again puts up video game-worthy stats, hitting 25 of 37 (67.5%) for 340 yds, 6 TD, 0 INT, becoming the only QB in NFL history to throw 12 TDs in a 2-game span. The Ravens seem to be in control early on, jumping out to a 7-0 lead and sacking Roethlisberger on 3 consecutive plays at one point. But a pair of Baltimore turnovers turn the tide. After a Ravens fumble, Ben quickly hits Le'Veon Bell for his first TD of the night. Moments later, Harrison pressures Flacco into an INT and Ben hits a wide open Martavis Bryant for a 19-yd score. The Ravens add a FG, but Ben responds with a gorgeous 53-yd TD bomb to Marcus Wheaton, capped by a 2-pt conversion when a mishandled snap results in a Wing-to-Spaeth pass for a 22-10 halftime lead. After a scoreless 3rd quarter, Ben begins the 4th quarter with his 4th TD of the day, a 54-yd strike to Antonio Brown who gathers in a 20-yd sideline pass, turns it inside, stiff-arms the safety and weaves his way across the field for a 29-10 lead. Jacoby Jones returns the ensuing kickoff 108 yds for a Baltimore TD, but it doesn't matter; 4 minutes later, Ben fires an 18-yd TD laser to Bryant. Roethlisberger completes his remarkable night on a 4th-and-2 play at the 2-minute warning, freezing the defense with play-action and lofting a beautiful touch pass to Matt Spaeth, who dives into the end zone for Ben's 6th TD pass of the game.

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Big Ben's mind-boggling stats are enough to make any "Madden Football" aficionado's toes curl as he connects on 40 of 49 passes (81.6%) for 522 yds, 6 TD, 0 INT and 0 sacks, making Andrew Luck's 400 yds and 3 TDs seem puny by comparison. The Colts strike first on a Vinatieri FG, after which the Steelers open up a can of whoop-ass, scoring TDs on their first four offensive possessions (all TD passes) plus a pick 6 by William Gay to run up a 35-10 lead. The Colts rally and threaten to make a comeback, narrowing the score to 42-34 late in the 3rd, aided by a blocked Roethlisberger punt (!) a pair of costly fumbles by Darrius Heyward-Bey and LeGarrette Blount. But an intentional grounding call on Luck after he trips in his own end zone results in a safety, and following the free kick, Ben adds his 6th TD pass of the day on a gutsy 4th-and-inches call to nail the lid shut on Indy.

A debacle. One of the most disgusting losses of my lifetime. Yes, the secondary is abysmal in this game as they continue to struggle with the loss of Hall of Famer Rod Woodson. But to me, Neil O'Donnell's performance is worse as the Steelers lose their 4th game in 5 weeks. IMO, O'Donnell always looked better "on paper" than he did in the game. He was an unimaginative as a QB; low risk, low reward. Boring and uninspiring. Not a guy who can be counted on to come through in the clutch. So despite deceptively solid numbers (30 of 52 for 359 yds, 0 TD, 1 INT), he lost me for good in this game. I never came back around to believing Neil O'Donnell could get the job done. And he didn't. Thanks to Jeremy Toliver for providing this bloodbath.

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The Steelers spend 3-1/2 quarters living up to their NFL-worst offensive ranking before unexpectedly engineering a 91-yd TD drive in the 4th quarter -- capped by a 1-yd Hoge run on 4th and goal -- to win the game. The Chargers outgain the Steelers by more than 2-to-1 (359 to 151), but the Chargers turn it over twice on botched punt returns, Rod Woodson blazes 84 yds for a TD on a kick return and a late McMahon INT (David Little) seals the win for Pittsburgh.

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Despite truly dismal performances by Bubby Brister and Steve Bono (whose combined effort is an embarrassing 11 of 38 for 111 yds and 4 INTs), and despite suffering 3 turnovers in a 4-play span during the 3rd quarter, the Steelers somehow find themselves trailing only 13-9 midway through the 4th quarter. But with the ball at the Cleveland 35 and a chance to take the lead, Bono throws a terrible pass right to rookie DB Brian Washington, who races 75 yds for a score (running right past Steve Bono, whose tackle angle is every bit as bad as his throw) to break the game open.

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This is the original NBC TV broadcast with the vastly more entertaining WCBM radio broadcast of Chuck Thompson, Vince Bagli and the one-of-a-kind Art Donovan dubbed in. Some huddles are edited at the end of each half, so unfortunately, I lost some great between-plays commentary in the conversion. But I've wanted to do this for years and I finally got around to it. Enjoy!

After the game, the radio broadcast continues and includes commentary following a shocking plane crash into the upper deck of Municipal Stadium.

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In his first action as a pro, rookie Louis Lipps explodes with 6 catches for 183 yds and 2 TDs, including a ridiculous pirouetting catch-and-juke for an 80-yd score. Stallworth is nearly as explosive, with 8 catches for 167 yds and a TD. But despite setting a team record for passing yards (233 for David Woodley and 225 for Mark Malone, who comes in after a Woodley concussion), mistakes at QB also set up 20 points for the Chiefs via 2 INTs and 2 fumbled snaps. Sadly, this game also signals the beginning of the end for the great Jack Lambert, who plays sparingly after dislocating his toe on the first series of the game. Todd Blackledge gets his first NFL start for KC and scores a pair of TDs (1 rushing, 1 passing).

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The 8-1 Cowboys capitalize on a Franco Harris fumble to take an early 6-0 lead, but Franco redeems himself immediately, making a great cutback & then turning on the afterburners for a 61 yard TD burst on the very next play! Harris goes on to dominate the game, grinding out 179 yards on 29 carries as the Steelers run almost exclusively (Bradshaw is playing with a cast on his broken left wrist but still manages to throw a pair of TDs) and physically punish Dallas' Doomsday defense.

The Steel Curtain is all over Staubach, especially in the 2nd half, sacking him several times & forcing a pair of interceptions, including a pick returned to the Dallas 2 yard line to seal the game 28-13.

Video has complete halftime show (including a piece on Anwar Sadat's historic visit to Israel) and all commercials. Final 9 seconds of game missing (no biggie).

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Complete NBC Broadcast with Curt Gowdy & John Brodie calling the game.

As a fan of bad weather games, this is obviously among my all-time favorites.

In the midst of an MVP season, Terry Bradshaw has a freakishly good game in near-blizzard conditions (11 of 18, 240 yds, 3 TDs), burying the Baltimore secondary under an avalanche of pinpoint accurate passes despite seemingly unplayable weather. Receivers Lynn Swann (3 catches, 87 yds) and John Stallworth (1 catch, 31 yds, 1 TD) each appear only briefly in the first half, but their acrobatic grabs and yardage after catch put the Colts in an early 21-0 hole.

The Steel Curtain is equally terrifying, absolutely overwhelming the "Bert Jones-less" Colts as backup QB Bill Troup goes a meager 8 of 18 for 62 yds with 2 INTs, 2 sacks and 2 fumbles. But in spite of generating almost no offense, the Colts surprisingly find themselves back in the game after the weather conditions contribute to a bad exchange between Bradshaw and Harris, and LB Derrel Luce scoops up the loose ball and slip-slides his way to a 44-yd TD on the recovery.

But on the ensuing kickoff, Larry Anderson breaks loose and slaloms his way all the way down to the Colt 19. From there, Bradshaw quickly reestablishes control with a short TD pass to Grossman and shortly thereafter, ices the game (pun intended) with his 3rd TD of the afternoon, a deep pass to a wide open Jim Smith, the first TD catch of the young WR's career.

On defense, Tony Dungy gets the first start of his career (subbing for an injured Mike Wagner) and snags his 5th INT of the season as the Steelers clinch homefield advantage throughout the playoffs. Gotta love the Zamboni clearing snow off of the yard lines between plays.

Note: There are two different versions of this game. This version is the complete NBC broadcast (decent video quality) with Curt Gowdy and John Brodie calling the game. The other version is a partial NBC broadcast (outstanding video quality) with the radio call from Jack Fleming and Myron Cope dubbed in (footage ends in 4th quarter with Steelers leading 35-13).

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With their playoff hopes hanging by a thread, the Steelers suddenly find a running game behind rookie backup Jaylen Samuels, who surprises with a punishing 19-carry 142-yd performance, spearheading Pittsburgh's first win over New England in 7 years. The Steelers also foil two perennial tormenters, limiting Gronkowski to only 2 catches for 21 yds, and forcing Tom Brady into a costly red zone INT by Joe Haden. Haden’s leaping INT at the Steeler 4 thwarted a potential go-ahead score and led to a critical 48-yd FG by the struggling Chris Boswell to extend Pittsburgh's lead to 17-10. Brady drives to the Steeler 11 in the final seconds, but the Patriots turn it over on downs after 3 straight incompletions and the Steelers live to fight another day.

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For 3 quarters, the Steelers get their butts kicked, repeatedly giving up big runs and being manhandled in the trenches. Jacksonville only has 3 FGs to show for their first half dominance until late in the 3rd when Roethlisberger throws his 3rd pick of the day, setting up a seemingly effortless 80-yd march to give the Jags what appears to be an insurmountable 16-0 lead. But with a minute left in the 3rd, Ben finally lets the lightning out of the bottle, pump-faking and launching a bomb to a WIDE open Antonio Brown for a 78-yd TD. As the offense wakes up, so does the defense, holding Jacksonville without a single 1st down for the rest of the game. While James Conner suffers a pair of HUGE dropped passes -- one on 4th down and another that was a sure TD -- Juju Smith-Schuster bails him out with a pair of spectacular acrobatic grabs, and with 2:28 remaining, Ben hits Vance McDonald with a touch pass placed perfectly over coverage in the back of the end zone to narrow the score to 16-13. The defense forces another 3-and-out, and Ben coolly drives the Steelers 68 yds to the J-ville 2. The Jags appear to thwart the comeback with an INT in the end zone, but a blatant facemask overturns the play. With 5 seconds left, Ben rolls right and suddenly dives into the line, reaching the ball just beyond the goal line to complete a remarkable comeback.

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Chris Boswell sets a postseason record, going a perfect 6-for-6 on FGs in hostile territory to earn Pittsburgh their 9th straight win and advance to the AFC Championship. Boswell had to be perfect, because despite 170 yds rushing by LeVeon Bell and another 100-yd receiving game by Antonio Brown, the Steelers go 0-4 in the red zone. The Steelers rack up 275 yds in the first half alone (compared to 227 yds for the entire game by the Chiefs), yet have only 12 points to show for it at halftime. As a result, the Chiefs are able to mount a comeback and appear to tie the game in the final 3 minutes on a 2-point conversion, Luckily, a holding penalty overturns the play and forces KC try again from the 12, and this time the ball is swatted away to preserve a Steeler victory.

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Pittsburgh's defense forces 7 sacks and 4 turnovers, Ben Roethlisberger hits 10 of his first 11 passes en route to 3 TDs and 349 yds (including 187 yds on a team record 13 catches by Antonio Brown) and the Steelers get the help they need from the Bills (who knock off the Jets) to slip into the postseason. Leading just 17-12 in the 4th quarter, Lawrence Timmons forces a sack-fumble inside Cleveland's 10-yard line. Arthur Moats recovers and Roethlisberger hits Markus Wheaton for a TD on the next play to blow the game open, setting up the rubber match with Cinci in the playoffs.

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For only the 2nd time in his career, Ben Roethlisberger enters a game as a backup. Still nursing a badly sprained foot and wearing a special protective shoe, Ben comes off the bench midway through the 1st quarter when backup Landry Jones goes down with an ankle injury. With limited mobility and playing almost exclusively from the shotgun, Roethlisberger is immediately awesome, shredding Cleveland for 286 yds and 2 TDs by halftime and finishing with 379 yds and 3 TDs, a record for the most passing yds ever by a QB who didn't start the game. Johnny Manziel has the most productive game of his brief NFL career with 372 passing yds, but suffers an INT, a fumble and 6 sacks and nearly has his head ripped off on a facemask by Arthur Moats. Martavis Bryant catches 6 passes for 178 yds and a TD on a beautiful rainbow bomb, and Antonio Brown grabs 10 passes for 139 yds and 2 TDs, including a 56-yd TD catch-and-run in which Brown does a complete flip as he crosses the goal line, punctuating the win by sticking the landing.

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Features Antonio Brown's famous "This is Sparta!" kung fu kick to the face of Browns Punter Spencer Lanning (play happens at the 42:50 mark with 8:40 left in the 2nd quarter). The Steelers overwhelm Cleveland early, jumping out to a 27-3 halftime lead as Roethlisberger throws for 365 yds (278 in the first half), LeVeon Bell gains 197 total yds and scores on an electrifying 38-yd TD run, and Antonio Brown catches 5 passes for 116 yds and a TD, a beautiful 35-yd improvisational rainbow from Ben. But the Steelers suffer a huge second half letdown, especially defensively. Cleveland goes no-huddle behind journeyman QB Brian Hoyer and shockingly ties the game at 27 early in the 4th quarter. But in the final minute of the game, Roethlisberger takes advantage of great field position to engineer a late drive, setting up Shaun Suisham's 41-yd FG to win it as time expires.

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Big Ben hits Antonio Brown and Emmanuel Sanders for TDs while the defense, despite missing several starters, collects 4 turnovers (2 forced by Troy Polamalu) and 5 sacks. William Gay has a fantastic day, knocking QB Jason Campbell out of the game on a sack that forces a fumble to set up a short Pittsburgh TD in the 3rd, then jumping a Weeden pass for a beautiful 21-yd pick-6 in the 4th quarter to turn it into a laugher at 27-3. Game also features a snappy 4th quarter pooch punt by Roethlisberger to pin Cleveland at their own 1.

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With the score tied 31-31, 2 minutes left and the Packers pinned deep in their own territory, Hall of Famer Troy Polamalu the play of the game when he tracks down scrambling Packers QB Matt Flynn and punches the ball out, recovered by Brett Keisel at the Packer 17. But Mike Tomlin makes a bizarre clock management decision and instead of kneeling down three times to kick a chip-shot FG as time expires, the Steelers hand the ball off and score on a LeVeon Bell 1-yd TD run, leaving 1:28 on the clock. The Packers return the ensuing kickoff 70 yds to the Steelers 31 and Flynn hits two quick passes to the Steelers 1 with a chance to tie the game in the final seconds. Fortunately, a false start pushes Green Bay back to the 6, and Flynn's pass into the end zone on the final play falls incomplete to preserve the win for Pittsburgh.

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After their 0-4 (then 2-6) start, the Steelers go 6-2 down the stretch but fail to make the playoffs when San Diego beats the Chiefs in OT. The Steelers aren't spectacular, but open up a 20-0 lead while shutting the Browns out for over 57 minutes. Ben hits Jericho Cotchery for a 12-yd TD on Pittsburgh's opening drive, and LeVeon Bell rushes for 90 yds and scores a TD with a sweet spin move in the backfield and a power move to muscle into the end zone. Cleveland is never really in the game and first year coach Rob Chudzinski is fired after the loss.

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During weeks 8 and 9 of the 2014 season, Big Ben Roethlisberger delivered the greatest two-game statistical performance by any QB in NFL history. This video highlights each of Ben's record-setting 12 touchdown passes. Enjoy!

Week 8 vs Indianapolis: 40/49, 522 yds, 6 TD, 0 Int
Week 9 vs Baltimore: 25/37, 340 yds, 6 TD, 0 Int

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Pittsburgh's top-ranked defense forces 4 turnovers (3 fumbles and an INT) and 4 sacks, while Ben Roethlisberger throws 3 TDs (including the final TD of Plaxico Burress' career) as the Steelers do just enough offensively to beat the Browns and avoid a losing season at 8-8. Despite being a so-called "meaningless" game, the contest is hard-hitting and chippy with lots of pushing and shoving after the whistle.

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The thing that stands out to me about this game, even more than Wilbert Montgomery's early 42-yd TD run and later 55-yd run en route to 194 yds on 26 carries, is the unbridled enthusiasm of Philadelphia's long-suffering fans, especially the 71,000 souls who braved the -17 degree wind chill to cheer their team on to glory. Montgomery's effort might not have been enough, as Ron Jaworski struggles to complete just 9 of 29 passes for 91 yds with 2 INTs. But a devastating Tony Dorsett fumble late in the 3rd gives Philly a short field, setting up a TD for an insurmountable 17-7 lead and sending them to their first-ever Super Bowl.

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In a must-win thriller, Antonio Brown runs Charles Woodson ragged for a team record 284 yds on 17 catches, none bigger than his 57-yd catch-and-run in the final minute of the game to set up Boswell's game-winning FG with 2 seconds left. The Steelers have a scary moment when Ben Roethlisberger, who passes for 334 yds and throws 2 TDs in a span of 71 seconds in the 4th quarter, injures his left foot on a sack and has to be helped (and eventually carted) off the field. DeAngelo Williams fills in spectacularly for an injured Le'Veon Bell, piling up 170 yds and 2 TDs on 27 carries and adds 55 yds receiving as the Steelers overcome Oakland's 4th quarter rally to get their season back on track.

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Hello and welcome to the McMillen & Wife video vault! I'm glad you found your way to our channel and I truly hope you enjoy watching (and re-watching) these classic games! If you're like me, you'll quickly find yourself slipping back into your childhood as you relive this amazing era of Steeler football and re-experience the greatest football dynasty of all time.