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Wow...what just happened?

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I've written this four times now. It started at 13-3, it ended with the most explosive three minutes in recent memory. The Steelers rattled off 24 consecutive points to storm back to take a 24-13 lead over the Houston Texans at halftime.

To recap...Martavis Bryant catches his first NFL pass, a 35-yard touchdown in the second quarter. Then a fumble from Texans' running back Arian Foster led to an Antonio Brown touchdown pass - yes, Antonio Brown to Lance Moore.

If that wasn't enough, a bizarre deflection from defensive end Brett Keisel bounced off the shoulder of Jason Worilds and right back into Keisel's arms, who rumbled down inside the 10-yard line. That set up a Ben Roethlisberger touchdown pass to Le'Veon Bell.

Wow!

Bell is having a massive game and it appears Houston has no answer for his running, but even less of a clue in the passing game. Bell has 110 yards on 13 touches so far and has his first touchdown since Week 1.

Buckle up, this one's gonna get wild!