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They're Back: Brady and Patriots win AFC, 36-17 vs Steelers

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) The Tom Brady redemption tour is headed to the Super Bowl.

After beginning the 2016 season suspended for four games for his role in the ''Deflategate'' scandal, the New England quarterback relentlessly carried the Patriots to an unprecedented ninth appearance in the title game, and his seventh.

Brady threw for a franchise playoff-best 384 yards and three touchdowns in a 36-17 rout of the helpless Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday in New England's sixth consecutive AFC championship game.

The Patriots, who have won nine in a row, are early 3-point favorites heading to face Atlanta in two weeks in Houston, seeking their fifth NFL title with Brady at quarterback and Bill Belichick as coach. Belichick's seventh appearance in a Super Bowl will be a record for a head coach.

Brady was banned by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell when New England (16-2) went 3-1 to open the schedule.

Since his return in Week 5, the only defeat came at home to Seattle, and Brady, 39, had one of the best seasons of a Hall of Fame-caliber career.

He punctuated that in dreary weather similar to the 2014 conference title game that precipitated the deflated footballs investigation by flattening Pittsburgh's secondary.

''This is my motivation right here, all these fellas in front of me, these guys,'' Brady said, pointing to his teammates and ignoring mentions of ''Deflategate.'' ''The boys showed up to play today.''

Brady's main weapon was Chris Hogan. The previously unheralded receiver found open spaces everywhere on the field against a leaky secondary. Hogan caught nine balls for 180 yards and two scores.

''It's been a long journey, but I've worked really hard to get to this point,'' said the product of Monmouth - yes, Monmouth. ''I couldn't be happier to get to be a part of this thing, this team - this whole thing.''

Top wideout Julian Edelman added eight receptions for 118 yards and a touchdown as Brady tied Joe Montana's playoff record with nine three-TD passing performances. Brady also had his 11th 300-yard postseason game, extending his NFL record, completing 32 of 42 throws.

''We won a lot of different ways under a lot of different circumstances,'' Brady said. ''Mental toughness is what it is all about and this team has got it. We'll see if we can write the perfect ending.''

The ending for Pittsburgh (13-6) was anything but perfect. It lost star running back Le'Veon Bell late in the first quarter to a groin injury.

That didn't seem to matter much in a record 16th conference title match for the Steelers, who made mistakes in every facet of Sunday's game. The 19-point loss ended their nine-game winning streak

The franchise that has won the most Super Bowls, six, and the most postseason games, 36, never seemed likely to challenge in the misty rain.

''We've got to be capable of overcoming those things,'' Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said. ''Injuries and so forth are part of the game. The reality is we didn't make enough plays in any of the three phases. The game kind of unfolded in the way they would like it to as opposed to the way we would like it to. Not only in score, but in style of play and so forth. We didn't get a lot accomplished tonight.''

Hogan's second touchdown came on a flea-flicker and he easily beat safety Mike Mitchell to the corner of the end zone. At that point, Hogan had seven catches for 117 yards and the first multi-touchdown game of his four-year career.

His first score made it 10-0 and came after Brady could have taken a nap before throwing, a common occurrence against a nonexistent pass rush. Hogan was all alone in the back of the end zone for the 16-yard score.

Pittsburgh had drawn to 10-6 on DeAngelo Williams' 5-yard run to cap an 84-yard drive. Veteran Williams is a nice security blanket in the backfield, though he's no Bell these days.

Still, he contributed on a 70-yard drive toward the end of the second quarter that appeared to be capped by Jesse James' TD reception. But video review showed James down at the 1, and the Steelers couldn't get into the end zone, Chris Boswell connecting for a 23-yard field goal.

The Steelers never threatened to get back into it. LeGarrette Blount punctuated the romp with a bruising 18-yard run on which he carried nearly the entire Pittsburgh defense with him. He then scored from the 1.

By the end, the crowd was chanting ''Where is Roger?'' and celebrating yet another Super Bowl trip for the Patriots.

Soon after, tight end Martellus Bennett was boogeying with the cheerleaders, pompoms in hand , and owner Robert Kraft was accepting the Lamar Hunt Trophy.

''For a number of reasons, all of you in this stadium understand how big this win was,'' Kraft said. ''And we have to go to Houston and win one more.''

PATRIOT GAMES

The Patriots are 6-1 in conference championship games played at home and 9-4 overall. Belichick and Brady have won 24 playoff games together, most in league history by a head coach and starting quarterback. No other coach-QB combo has even participated in that many postseason games together. ... Brady's 24 playoff wins are the most by a starting quarterback in league history.

BIG LEG

Stephen Gostkowski's 31-yard field goal to open the scoring set a franchise record with 27, surpassing Adam Vinatieri's 26. Gostkowski is fourth all-time. He made a 47-yarder in the third quarter, a 26-yarder in the fourth, but he missed an extra point.

Boswell, who set an NFL mark with six field goals in the Steelers' 18-16 win at Kansas City last week, missed an extra point wide left and made a 23-yard kick.

INJURIES

Steelers: Bell's early departure left him with 20 yards on six carries and no receptions.

Patriots: DB Nate Ebner left with a head injury.

SUNDAY WALKS IN THE PARK

The previous time before Sunday that both conference championship games were decided by at least 19 points was the 1978 season. The Falcons beat the Packers 44-21 for the NFC title.

UP NEXT

After winning the AFC East with the conference's top record, New England defeated the Texans 34-16 and the Steelers to reach Super Bowl 51 in Houston on Feb. 5; New England won the 2002 and 2005 Super Bowls after beating Pittsburgh for the AFC championship.

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Key Players
B. Roethlisberger 7 QB
314 PaYds, PaTD, INT
18
FPTS
T. Brady 12 QB
384 PaYds, 3 PaTDs, RuYd
33
FPTS
Scoring Summary
4th Quarter
No scoring this quarter
Two Point Conversion 3:36
TWO-POINT CONVERSION ATTEMPT. B.Roethlisberger pass to D.Williams is complete. ATTEMPT SUCCEEDS.
plays
yds
pos
17
36
Touchdown 3:36
B.Roethlisberger pass deep right to C.Hamilton for 30 yards, TOUCHDOWN.
9
plays
75
yds
2:48
pos
15
36
Field Goal 6:24
S.Gostkowski 26 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-J.Cardona, Holder-R.Allen.
8
plays
24
yds
3:50
pos
9
36
3rd Quarter
No scoring this quarter
Missed Point After Touchdown 1:35
S.Gostkowski extra point is No Good, Wide Right, Center-J.Cardona, Holder-R.Allen.
plays
yds
pos
9
33
Touchdown 1:35
T.Brady pass short middle to J.Edelman for 10 yards, TOUCHDOWN. NE 12-Brady 9th career postseason game with 3 pass TD, ties Joe Montana for most all-time. NE 11-Edelman 4th career postseason 100-yard game, ties franchise record (Branch).
4
plays
28
yds
1:01
pos
9
33
Point After TD 2:44
S.Gostkowski extra point is GOOD, Center-J.Cardona, Holder-R.Allen.
plays
yds
pos
9
27
Touchdown 2:44
L.Blount up the middle for 1 yard, TOUCHDOWN. NE 29-Blount 8th career postseason rush TD, ties 4 others for 11th all-time.
8
plays
88
yds
3:52
pos
9
26
Field Goal 9:59
S.Gostkowski 47 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-J.Cardona, Holder-R.Allen.
9
plays
55
yds
3:11
pos
9
20
2nd Quarter
No scoring this quarter
Field Goal 1:39
C.Boswell 23 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-G.Warren, Holder-J.Berry.
15
plays
70
yds
6:04
pos
9
17
Point After TD 7:43
S.Gostkowski extra point is GOOD, Center-J.Cardona, Holder-R.Allen.
plays
yds
pos
6
17
Touchdown 7:43
Flea flicker-handoff to 33-Lewis then pitch back to Brady. T.Brady pass deep right to C.Hogan for 34 yards, TOUCHDOWN. NE 12-Brady 19th career postseason game with 2 pass TD, extends his NFL record (Favre, 15). NE 15-Hogan 1st career postseason 100-yard game.
9
plays
82
yds
3:48
pos
6
16
Missed Point After Touchdown 11:31
C.Boswell extra point is No Good, Wide Left, Center-G.Warren, Holder-J.Berry.
plays
yds
pos
6
10
Touchdown 11:31
D.Williams left guard for 5 yards, TOUCHDOWN.
13
plays
84
yds
6:16
pos
6
10
1st Quarter
No scoring this quarter
Point After TD 2:47
S.Gostkowski extra point is GOOD, Center-J.Cardona, Holder-R.Allen.
plays
yds
pos
0
10
Touchdown 2:47
T.Brady pass deep right to C.Hogan for 16 yards, TOUCHDOWN.
11
plays
80
yds
4:36
pos
0
9
Field Goal 13:08
S.Gostkowski 31 yard field goal is GOOD, Center-J.Cardona, Holder-R.Allen. NE 3-Gostkowski 27th career postseason FG, new franchise record (Vinatieri, 26) and 4th all-time.
6
plays
62
yds
1:52
pos
0
3
Team Stats
Time of Pos 28:34 31:26
1st Downs 22 26
Rushing 3 8
Passing 18 17
Penalty 1 1
3rd Down Conv 9-15 11-17
4th Down Conv 0-1 0-0
Total Net Yards 368 431
Total Plays 67 71
Avg Gain 5.5 6.1
Net Yards Rushing 54 57
Rush Attempts 20 27
Avg Rush Yards 2.7 2.1
Net Yards Passing 314 374
Comp. - Att. 31-47 32-42
Yards Per Pass 6.7 8.9
Sacked - Yards Lost 0-0 2-10
Penalties - Yards 3-19 2-10
Touchdowns 2 4
Rushing TDs 1 1
Passing TDs 1 3
Other 0 0
Turnovers 2 0
Fumbles - Lost 1-1 0-0
Int. Thrown 1 0
Punts - Avg 4-38.5 2-48.5
Return Yards 72 55
Punts - Returns 1-10 0-0
Kickoffs - Returns 3-62 1-18
Int. - Returns 0-0 1-37
Kicking 1/2 6/7
Extra Points 0/1 3/4
Field Goals 1/1 3/3
Red Zone Eff. 1-3 -33% 3-5 -60%
Goal to Go Eff. 0-2 -0% 2-3 -67%
Safeties 0 0
1234T
Steelers 11-6 090817
Patriots 15-2 10716336
314 PASS YDS 374
54 RUSH YDS 57
368 TOTAL YDS 431
Passing CP/ATT YDS TD INT FPTS
B. Roethlisberger 7 QB
18
FPTS
IN-GAME COMP% YDS TD INT RTG
66% 314 1 1 83.1
SEASON COMP% YDS TD INT RTG
64.6% 4133 30 14 94.4
B. Roethlisberger 31/47 314 1 1 18
Rushing ATT YDS TD LG FPTS
D. Williams 34 RB
16
FPTS
IN-GAME ATT YDS TD
14 34 1
SEASON ATT YDS TD
112 377 5
D. Williams 14 34 1 15 16
L. Bell 26 RB
2
FPTS
IN-GAME ATT YDS TD
6 20 0
SEASON ATT YDS TD
267 1288 7
L. Bell 6 20 0 6 2
Receiving TAR REC YDS TD LG FPTS
A. Brown 84 WR
7
FPTS
IN-GAME TGT REC YDS TD
9 7 77 0
SEASON TGT REC YDS TD
- 113 1361 12
A. Brown 9 7 77 0 18 7
E. Rogers 17 WR
4
FPTS
IN-GAME TGT REC YDS TD
10 7 66 0
SEASON TGT REC YDS TD
- 55 660 3
E. Rogers 10 7 66 0 19 4
D. Williams 34 RB
16
FPTS
IN-GAME TGT REC YDS TD
7 7 51 0
SEASON TGT REC YDS TD
- 25 169 2
D. Williams 7 7 51 0 10 16
J. James 81 TE
4
FPTS
IN-GAME TGT REC YDS TD
7 5 48 0
SEASON TGT REC YDS TD
- 44 386 3
J. James 7 5 48 0 18 4
C. Hamilton 83 WR
9
FPTS
IN-GAME TGT REC YDS TD
5 2 37 1
SEASON TGT REC YDS TD
- 19 271 3
C. Hamilton 5 2 37 1 30 9
S. Coates 14 WR
3
FPTS
IN-GAME TGT REC YDS TD
5 2 34 0
SEASON TGT REC YDS TD
- 23 469 2
S. Coates 5 2 34 0 30 3
D. Johnson 82 TE
0
FPTS
IN-GAME TGT REC YDS TD
1 1 1 0
SEASON TGT REC YDS TD
- 8 81 0
D. Johnson 1 1 1 0 1 0
R. Nix-Jones 45 FB
0
FPTS
IN-GAME TGT REC YDS TD
1 0 0 0
SEASON TGT REC YDS TD
- 2 5 0
R. Nix-Jones 1 0 0 0 0 0
D. Heyward-Bey 88 WR
0
FPTS
IN-GAME TGT REC YDS TD
2 0 0 0
SEASON TGT REC YDS TD
- 6 114 2
D. Heyward-Bey 2 0 0 0 0 0
Defense T-A SACK INT FF
L. Timmons 94 ILB
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
9-5 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
87-41 2 2.5
L. Timmons 9-5 0.0 0 0
S. Davis 28 SS
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
5-4 0 1.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
60-19 1 2.5
S. Davis 5-4 1.0 0 0
A. Burns 25 CB
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
4-2 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
56-15 3 0.0
A. Burns 4-2 0.0 0 0
J. Harrison 92 OLB
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
4-0 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
43-14 1 5.0
J. Harrison 4-0 0.0 0 0
R. Shazier 50 ILB
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
4-3 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
59-35 3 3.5
R. Shazier 4-3 0.0 0 0
B. Dupree 48 OLB
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
3-2 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
22-7 0 4.5
B. Dupree 3-2 0.0 0 0
M. Mitchell 23 FS
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
2-4 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
57-26 1 0.0
M. Mitchell 2-4 0.0 0 0
J. Hargrave 79 NT
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
2-3 0 1.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
20-12 0 3.0
J. Hargrave 2-3 1.0 0 0
W. Gay 22 CB
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
2-2 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
44-18 1 1.0
W. Gay 2-2 0.0 0 0
R. Cockrell 31 CB
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
2-1 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
49-16 0 0.0
R. Cockrell 2-1 0.0 0 0
S. Tuitt 91 DE
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
1-0 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
29-9 0 4.0
S. Tuitt 1-0 0.0 0 0
J. James 81 TE
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
1-0 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
3-0 0 0.0
J. James 1-0 0.0 0 0
M. Pouncey 53 C
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
1-0 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
2-0 0 0.0
M. Pouncey 1-0 0.0 0 0
L. Walton 96 DE
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
1-1 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
7-3 0 0.0
L. Walton 1-1 0.0 0 0
R. Nix-Jones 45 FB
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
1-0 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
5-3 0 0.0
R. Nix-Jones 1-0 0.0 0 0
J. Jones 95 OLB
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
0-3 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
29-16 1 1.0
J. Jones 0-3 0.0 0 0
Kicking FG LG XP PTS
C. Boswell 9 K
0
FPTS
IN-GAME FG XP
1/1 0/1
SEASON FG XP
22/26 36/37
C. Boswell 1/1 23 0/1 3
Punting NO AVG IN20 LG
J. Berry 4 P
IN-GAME NO AVG IN20
4 38.5 2
SEASON NO AVG IN20
72 45.2 27
J. Berry 4 38.5 2 47
Kickoff Returns NO AVG LG TD
S. Coates 14 WR
3
FPTS
IN-GAME NO AVG LG TD
2 22.5 31 0
SEASON NO AVG LG TD
8 24.4 44 0
S. Coates 2 22.5 31 0
J. Gilbert 24 DB
0
FPTS
IN-GAME NO AVG LG TD
1 17.0 17 0
SEASON NO AVG LG TD
4 21.5 32 0
J. Gilbert 1 17.0 17 0
Punt Returns NO AVG LG TD
A. Brown 84 WR
7
FPTS
IN-GAME NO AVG LG TD
1 10.0 10 0
SEASON NO AVG LG TD
16 9.4 33 0
A. Brown 1 10.0 10 0
Passing CP/ATT YDS TD INT FPTS
T. Brady 12 QB
33
FPTS
IN-GAME COMP% YDS TD INT RTG
76.2% 384 3 0 127.5
SEASON COMP% YDS TD INT RTG
68.1% 3938 31 2 113.5
T. Brady 32/42 384 3 0 33
Rushing ATT YDS TD LG FPTS
L. Blount 29 RB
10
FPTS
IN-GAME ATT YDS TD
16 47 1
SEASON ATT YDS TD
315 1208 19
L. Blount 16 47 1 18 10
D. Lewis 33 RB
1
FPTS
IN-GAME ATT YDS TD
6 11 0
SEASON ATT YDS TD
70 294 0
D. Lewis 6 11 0 8 1
J. White 28 RB
0
FPTS
IN-GAME ATT YDS TD
1 0 0
SEASON ATT YDS TD
40 166 0
J. White 1 0 0 0 0
T. Brady 12 QB
33
FPTS
IN-GAME ATT YDS TD
4 -1 0
SEASON ATT YDS TD
32 63 0
T. Brady 4 -1 0 2 33
Receiving TAR REC YDS TD LG FPTS
C. Hogan 15 WR
30
FPTS
IN-GAME TGT REC YDS TD
12 9 180 2
SEASON TGT REC YDS TD
- 47 860 6
C. Hogan 12 9 180 2 39 30
J. Edelman 11 WR
17
FPTS
IN-GAME TGT REC YDS TD
10 8 118 1
SEASON TGT REC YDS TD
- 106 1224 4
J. Edelman 10 8 118 1 41 17
M. Bennett 88 TE
3
FPTS
IN-GAME TGT REC YDS TD
5 5 32 0
SEASON TGT REC YDS TD
- 60 733 7
M. Bennett 5 5 32 0 12 3
J. Develin 46 FB
1
FPTS
IN-GAME TGT REC YDS TD
1 1 13 0
SEASON TGT REC YDS TD
- 4 31 0
J. Develin 1 1 13 0 13 1
D. Amendola 80 WR
1
FPTS
IN-GAME TGT REC YDS TD
2 2 12 0
SEASON TGT REC YDS TD
- 25 255 4
D. Amendola 2 2 12 0 8 1
L. Blount 29 RB
10
FPTS
IN-GAME TGT REC YDS TD
1 1 8 0
SEASON TGT REC YDS TD
- 8 46 0
L. Blount 1 1 8 0 8 10
D. Lewis 33 RB
1
FPTS
IN-GAME TGT REC YDS TD
2 2 8 0
SEASON TGT REC YDS TD
- 19 102 0
D. Lewis 2 2 8 0 5 1
J. White 28 RB
0
FPTS
IN-GAME TGT REC YDS TD
4 3 8 0
SEASON TGT REC YDS TD
- 63 559 5
J. White 4 3 8 0 5 0
M. Mitchell 19 WR
0
FPTS
IN-GAME TGT REC YDS TD
4 1 5 0
SEASON TGT REC YDS TD
- 33 406 4
M. Mitchell 4 1 5 0 5 0
Defense T-A SACK INT FF
L. Ryan 26 CB
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
8-1 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
82-19 2 1.0
L. Ryan 8-1 0.0 0 0
K. Van Noy 53 OLB
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
4-0 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
38-20 1 1.0
K. Van Noy 4-0 0.0 0 1
E. Rowe 25 CB
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
3-1 1 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
23-7 2 0.0
E. Rowe 3-1 0.0 1 0
M. Butler 21 CB
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
3-1 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
51-16 4 1.0
M. Butler 3-1 0.0 0 0
J. Jones 31 CB
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
3-0 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
13-4 0 0.0
J. Jones 3-0 0.0 0 0
D. McCourty 32 FS
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
3-1 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
70-17 1 0.0
D. McCourty 3-1 0.0 0 0
S. McClellin 58 OLB
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
2-0 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
18-25 0 1.0
S. McClellin 2-0 0.0 0 0
P. Chung 23 SS
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
2-4 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
54-43 1 1.0
P. Chung 2-4 0.0 0 0
D. Hightower 54 MLB
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
2-1 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
33-35 0 2.5
D. Hightower 2-1 0.0 0 0
E. Roberts 52 OLB
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
2-0 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
27-20 0 0.0
E. Roberts 2-0 0.0 0 0
M. Brown 90 DT
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
2-2 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
26-28 0 3.0
M. Brown 2-2 0.0 0 0
V. Valentine 99 NT
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
1-0 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
12-8 0 1.0
V. Valentine 1-0 0.0 0 0
T. Flowers 98 DE
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
1-2 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
24-24 0 7.0
T. Flowers 1-2 0.0 0 0
R. Ninkovich 50 OLB
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
1-1 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
18-16 0 4.0
R. Ninkovich 1-1 0.0 0 0
A. Branch 97 DE
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
1-3 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
27-26 0 1.5
A. Branch 1-3 0.0 0 0
C. Long 95 DE
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
1-0 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
23-13 0 4.0
C. Long 1-0 0.0 0 0
J. Sheard 93 DE
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
0-3 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
20-16 0 5.0
J. Sheard 0-3 0.0 0 0
D. Harmon 30 FS
IN-GAME T-A INT SACK
0-2 0 0.0
SEASON T-A INT SACK
24-7 1 0.0
D. Harmon 0-2 0.0 0 0
Kicking FG LG XP PTS
S. Gostkowski 3 K
0
FPTS
IN-GAME FG XP
3/3 3/4
SEASON FG XP
30/35 49/53
S. Gostkowski 3/3 47 3/4 12
Punting NO AVG IN20 LG
R. Allen 6 P
IN-GAME NO AVG IN20
2 48.5 0
SEASON NO AVG IN20
74 44.8 23
R. Allen 2 48.5 0 58
Kickoff Returns NO AVG LG TD
D. Lewis 33 RB
1
FPTS
IN-GAME NO AVG LG TD
1 18.0 18 0
SEASON NO AVG LG TD
3 17.7 23 0
D. Lewis 1 18.0 18 0
Punt Returns NO AVG LG TD
1st POSS PLAYS YDS RESULT
13:08 PIT 22 1:41 3 9 Punt
10:06 PIT 39 2:43 6 17 Punt
2:47 PIT 16 6:16 13 84 TD
2nd POSS PLAYS YDS RESULT
7:43 PIT 25 6:04 15 70 FG
3rd POSS PLAYS YDS RESULT
15:00 PIT 31 1:50 3 6 Punt
9:59 PIT 25 3:23 8 36 Punt
2:44 PIT 25 0:08 1 3 Fumble
1:35 PIT 25 3:29 9 73 Downs
4th POSS PLAYS YDS RESULT
10:26 PIT 35 0:12 1 0 INT
6:24 PIT 25 2:48 9 75 TD
1st POSS PLAYS YDS RESULT
15:00 NE 25 1:52 6 62 FG
11:27 NE 33 1:21 3 -11 Punt
7:23 NE 20 4:36 11 80 TD
2nd POSS PLAYS YDS RESULT
11:31 NE 18 3:48 9 82 TD
1:39 NE 25 1:39 5 13 Half
3rd POSS PLAYS YDS RESULT
13:10 NE 16 3:11 9 55 FG
6:36 NE 12 3:52 8 88 TD
2:36 PIT 28 1:01 4 28 TD
4th POSS PLAYS YDS RESULT
13:06 NE 2 2:40 5 15 Punt
10:14 PIT 32 3:50 8 24 FG
3:36 NE 48 3:36 6 9 Game