Note: Games that have a green light next to them are uploaded and ready to watch. If you don't see a green light, the game isn't uploaded yet (but wil be coming soon).
A HUGE gold star thank you goes out to Barry Blyler for generously contributing the 2016 season for the rest of us to enjoy. Kudos, Barry!
2016 Regular Season
2016 Steelers 31 vs Jets 13
Big Ben unleashes a 72-yd TD bomb to Sammy Coates on Pittsburgh's 3rd play of the game, setting the tone for a 380-yard, 4 TD performance I was fortunate enough to attend in person with my youngest son. Despite several drops, Coates finishes with 6 catches for 139 yds and 2 TDs. Antonio Brown and LeVeon Bell catch 9 each passes as the Steelers, having trailed 13-7 at one point, move the ball at will and score 24 unanswered points, pulling away from the outclassed Jets in the second half.
2016 Steelers 31 vs Ravens 27 TNF
After throwing a TD on Pittsburgh's opening drive, Ben struggles for much of the game, throwing a pair of INTs deep in Pittsburgh territory resulting in 10 Baltimore points and a 20-10 4th quarter deficit. But Ben comes alive in the 4th quarter, leading the Steelers to 21 points by completing 14 of 18 (even with 2 spikes) for 164 yds and 2 TDs. With a playoff berth on the line and 1:18 left on the clock, Roethlisberger coolly leads the Steelers on a 10-play, 75 yard drive. With 14 seconds left and no time outs from the Ravens' 4, Ben fires a short underneath pass to Antonio Brown, who catches the ball at the 1 and appears to be stopped short of the goal line. But on what will come to be known as the "Immaculate Extension," Brown fights off 3 Ravens defenders and reaches the ball into the end zone to win the game and the AFC North while ending Baltimore's playoff hopes.
2016 Post Season
2016 AFC Playoffs Steelers 18 at Chiefs 16
Chris Boswell sets a postseason record, going a perfect 6-for-6 on FGs in hostile territory to earn Pittsburgh their 9th straight win and advance to the AFC Championship. Boswell had to be perfect, because despite 170 yds rushing by LeVeon Bell and another 100-yd receiving game by Antonio Brown, the Steelers go 0-4 in the red zone. The Steelers rack up 275 yds in the first half alone (compared to 227 yds for the entire game by the Chiefs), yet have only 12 points to show for it at halftime. As a result, the Chiefs are able to mount a comeback and appear to tie the game in the final 3 minutes on a 2-point conversion, Luckily, a holding penalty overturns the play and forces KC try again from the 12, and this time the ball is swatted away to preserve the Steeler victory.