Check out Minkah Fitzpatrick’s 96-yard interception return for Steelers

Tuesday, 05 Nov, 2019

Defensive player of the game: Pittsburgh linebacker Bud Dupree had three quarterback hits, including two sacks with a forced fumble that he recovered.

"It's good to be sitting at 4-4", Tomlin said after the Steelers held on to beat the Indianapolis Colts 26-24 on Sunday.

Fitzpatrick had a bead on this the entire way, and he romped 96 yard to the house for a touchdown.

Colts QB Jacoby Brissett injured his knee early in their game against the Steelers and was never able to return.

The Indianapolis Colts tight-roped their way through the first two months of the season thanks in part to kicker Adam Vinatieri's seemingly ageless resolve and quarterback Jacoby Brissett's steadying presence following Andrew Luck's abrupt retirement.

The Colts showed back in Week 5 that they can go into a hostile environment on the road and limit the mistakes to earn a big win when they defeated the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium.

Dropped pass: Chester Rogers and Deon Cain were among a few Colts receivers who didn't help Hoyer. Williams also suffered a right wrist injury in the third quarter but returned to the field. It appeared as though a short time before Indianapolis would discover a path into the end zone to lead the pack.

Much was the case last week against the Dolphins; the Steelers struggled in the first quarter against the Colts. Just a year removed from connecting on 35 of 38 field goal attempts (92.1 percent) and 37 of 39 extra point attempts (94.9 percent), he went 13 for 20 on field goals (65 percent) and 43 for 48 on extra points (89.6 percent) in 2018.

Worst kick: See "Play of the game" above. With the Colts driving deep in Pittsburgh territory, Hoyer threw an interception to Minkah Fitzpatrick, that was taken all the way back for a touchdown.

WR James Washington. They had their most impressive performance of the period with four gets on every one of the four focuses for 69 yards, including a 40-yard get over youngster Rock Ya-Sin in the final quarter.