The long touchdown pass from Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger to wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders on the first offensive possession of the second half was not only executed perfectly, it was set up perfectly as well.
The Steelers took possession of the football at their own 36 yard-line up three points and ran running back Le'Veon Bell off right guard on first down for seven yards out of a 21 personnel grouping. It was Bell's longest run of the game up until that point.
On second down, using 12 personnel, Bell squeezed out another two yards off right tackle to set up a third and one from the Steelers own 45 yard-line.
Due to all of the short, quick passes and runs by the offense in the first half, the Jets played man coverage across against a Steelers bunch formation to the right using 21 personnel once again. They were betting on either another run by Bell or a quick out or slant to one of the eligibles and thus had no safety help over the top as all 11 Jets...