2004 Steelers 27 vs Eagles 3
The Steelers continue on their reign of terror against the NFL's elite, blowing out the previously unbeaten Eagles in remarkably easy fashion.
Roethlisberger guides the Steelers to a seemingly effortless 21-0 lead, scoring on their first 3 possessions behind the hard running of Bettis, who gains 149 yards in his 55th career 100-yard game. Hines Ward scores on the first two drives, a 16-yard reverse and a 20-yard reception, then mocks Eagles receiver Terrell Owens by flapping his arms Owens-like in the end zone both times.
Meanwhile, Owens finishes with a season-low 53 yards receiving. A week after outrushing New England 221-5, the Steelers outrun the Eagles 252-23 and outgain them 420-111. With the victory, Pittsburgh becomes the first team in NFL history to stop unbeaten teams in consecutive weeks after each had won at least six games.