|Boswell Kicks Bring Pittsburgh Steelers Defeat Green Bay Packers 31-28|
The Steelers, who scored a record of 9 wins with 2 defeats, managed to win their sixth consecutive game and largely thanks to Antonio Brown's efforts. The Steelers flagship receiver captured 10 throws with 169 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns.
With this result, the Pittsburgh Steelers managed to equalize their record in the AFC standings with New England Patriots who also recorded 9 wins and 2 defeats and a wide chance to qualify for the playoffs.
While the quarterback Steelers, Ben Roethliberger is also no less impressive in this fight. Big Ben recorded 351 yards of throws that resulted in 4 touchdowns. Then running back power house Steelers, Le'Veon Bell ran as far as 95 yards and added 88 receiving yard.
On the other hand, the second quarterback of the Green Bay Packers who replaced Aaron Rodgers who was undergoing a postoperative recovery of a broken collarbone injury, Brett Hundley completed the match with 17 tosses on target from 26 attempts at 245 passing yards. Hundley also scored 3 touchdowns for his team. This is Hundley's best performance since replacing the absent Rodgers.
Both teams played aggressively from the start and followed each other after numbers. Roethlisberger quickly brought Pittsburgh to a superior after opening the scores in the game. Then Hundley responded by finding Randall Cobb wide open at the end of the Steelers zone. This is the first time in 28 games Steelers have allowed opponents to score a touchdown on possession of their first attack.
But the game must be determined by a field goal kick as far as 53 yards executed by a veteran Steelers kicker, Chris Boswell. Boswell managed to execute the field goal kick and managed to bring the yellow team from Pittsburgh won the yellow of their 12th week game.