The Pittsburgh Steelers took to the road in Week 14 when they traveled to the Mountain Time Zone to play the Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium. The Steelers might have been on the road, but it certainly didn’t look like it considering how Steelers fans invaded the Cardinals’ home stadium.
Mike Tomlin’s crew won the opening coin toss and elected to defer their possession to the second half. Kyler Murray and company took the first possession, but only mustered one first down before punting the ball to Devlin Hodges and company.
Hodges and a good mixture of run and pass were able to move the ball into the red-zone thanks to a personal foul penalty for a defender who hit Trey Edmunds high after the play was over. All the free first down did was extend the drive, and the 8 minute affair ended with a Chris Boswell chip shot to make the score 3-0.
After Keith Butler’s defense forced a three-and-out, the punt, which was fielded by Diontae Johnson, was returned 85 yards to the house for the Steelers touchdown. The Chris Boswell point-after was good, making the score 10-0 with just 2:52 left in the first quarter.
Another three-and-out set the Steelers’ offense up to really put the hammer down, but on first down Benny Snell fumbled, and was recovered by Terrell Suggs.
The Cardinals received the ball on the Pittsburgh 34-yard line and threatening as the first quarter came to a close...