Found October 02, 2011 on Chicks in the Huddle:
With the Pittsburgh Steelers coming off a close win against a Peyton Manning-less Indianapolis Colts, I don’t know if anyone had any idea how a game against the Houston Texans was going to turn out. That the first half were to end with a blocked field goal attempt ran back into the endzone, nullified by a pointless block to the back penalty, well … that pretty much summed things up. It was all Texans the first half, and they should have ended the half 17-0 instead of 10-0 if it weren’t for that ridiculous penalty. The Steelers were able to stay in it thanks to a few penalties against the Texans. The Texans simply dominated the first half, keeping possession of the ball for more than 21 minutes. And the 95-yard touchdown drive that opened the game pretty much set the momentum for the rest of the half. An illegal contact call kept the Steelers’ first drive going, after Connor Barwin caused Ben Roethlisberger to fumble the ball. The penalties were pretty much the only thing that could...
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