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Steelers vs. Raiders, Week 14: 3rd quarter in-game update

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1st Quarter In-Game Update

2nd Quarter In-Game Update

The Steelers received the football to start the second half, and it wasn’t Ben Roethlisberger under center for the black-and-gold, but Joshua Dobbs. The team’s franchise quarterback was being treated in the locker room for and apparent rib injury, and Dobbs was unable to lead the team to points on his first drive.

After the Steelers had a failed fourth down conversion, Carr went back to work and moved the ball into Pittsburgh territory with ease; however, once the Raiders hit the red-zone the Oakland’s drive ended with a Derek Carr fumble, which was recovered by Mike Hilton.

After the Steelers had a failed fourth down conversion, Carr went back to work and moved the ball into Pittsburgh territory with ease; however, once the Raiders hit the red-zone the Oakland’s drive ended with a Derek Carr fumble, which was recovered by Mike Hilton. Just when the Pittsburgh faithful thought they had caught a huge break, Dobbs had back-to-back questionable calls which could have been turnovers. The first was ruled an incompletion, while the next pass was bobbled by Antonio Brown and intercepted.