1995 Steelers 37 at Bears 34 OT
The Steelers win in Chicago for the first time in 12 games in what is without question the turning point of the season. O'Donnell (34-of-52 for 341 yards, 2 TD, 2 INT) plays exceptional football in a must-win situation.
This wild game has 4 ties and 5 lead changes as the Steelers move into first place in the AFC Central. The Steelers force overtime on a 10-yard scoring pass from O'Donnell to Ernie Mills with 1:06 left in regulation. After Pittsburgh stops Chicago on their first possession in overtime, O'Donnell embarks on a 13-play, 63-yard drive (kept alive by a clutch pass to Mills on third-and-11) capped by a Norm Johnson 24-yard field goal to lift the Steelers to a wild (and critical) victory.