On Monday Night Football, the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-2) traveled to face the Denver Broncos (6-2). The Steelers dominated the Broncos and went on to beat them by a score of 28-10. This game was supposed to be a favorable matchup for Denver, however, Pittsburgh's "D" made the Broncos' offense look incompetent and "Big" Ben Roethlisberger punished Denver's defense with his three passing touchdowns. Here are five plays that made the difference in this AFC showdown: 1. Tyrone Carter's Pick Six It was the third play of the second quarter. The Broncos had the ball, 1st-and-10, on their own 42 yard line. Kyle Orton dropped back and checked through his progressions until he decided to dump it off to running back, Knowshon Moreno, crossing short over the middle of the field. Orton led Moreno by too ...
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