Game two shows us why you gotta play the game again, as theá No. 10 seeded 1968 Baltimore Colts (13-1) took on a newcomer to the tournament,á No. 55 seeded 1996 Pittsburg Steelers. Baltimore won the toss and elected to defer, which seemed to be a good idea at the time, at least.á The Steelers opened the game as one might expect giving the ball the Jerome Bettis for five yards, then Bettis busted off tackle for a monster 41-yard run.á The Steelers would settle for a FG on the opening drive. Baltimore got the ball back as Pittsburgh was able to keep the ball from the always dangerous Preston Pearson.á Earl Morrall took the field and the Steelers defense did its job forcing a three-and-out.á On the ensuing punt, David Lee has it blocked inside the red zone. Bettis pounded his way down t ...
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