A holding call on Ramon Foster killed the Steelers’ opening drive of the second half, and resulted in a Jordan Berry punt. What followed was the Chargers’ best drive of the game, but how it ended might have been the strangest aspect of the drive. In the red-zone, Rivers threw a pass intended for Keenan Allen, and looked as if it would be intercepted by Joe Haden. That is when Sean Davis, also playing the ball, hit Haden and the ball popped into the air and into Allen’s out-stretched arms.
After a successful two-point conversion, the Steelers’ lead was cut to 23-15 nearing the end of the third quarter.
The Steelers have the ball and are driving to end the third quarter.