1989 Steelers 13 at Jets 0
Rod Woodson, Carnell Lake and Greg Lloyd shine -- expecially Lloyd, who has 8 tackles, an INT, knocks out Jets QB Pat Ryan on a controversial hit, then sacks his replacement, Ken O'Brien -- as the Steeler defense shuts out the Jets, allowing Tim Worley's 35-yd sweep right for a TD on their opening drive to stand as the winning score.
The Steelers extend their AFC-best takeaway total, forcing 3 in Pittsburgh territory, and Rod Woodson blocks a Pat Leahy FG try in the 4th quarter to preserve the shutout. Brister also sustains a concussion midway through the 4th when his head slams the turf after a nasty hit by a blitzing LB, but the Steelers hold on to improve their record to 7-7 and stay alive in the wild card race. Footage includes commercials, halftime show and "5th Quarter" postgame highlights and interviews.