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Trestman: Marshall Didn't Single Out Cutler
Eric Allen discusses Marc Trestman's comments disputing the notion that Brandon Marshall called out Jay Cutler following the Bears' loss.
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WATCH: On fourth-and-first, Alfred Blue fakes the punt and runs up the middle for seven yards.

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After the flurry of scoring to end the second quarter, neither team put points on the board in the third, and we head to the fourth quarter with the Steelers leading the Texans, 24-13.

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It should also be noted that before this scoring flurry from the Steelers, they had scored two touchdowns on offense in the previous two games -- combined.

The Steelers scored three touchdowns in a 1:13 span in the first half. The last team to score 3 TD that quickly? The Patriots on Thanksgiving in 2012 vs. the Jets -- the infamous "butt fumble" game.

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With two touchdown passes Monday night, Ben Roethlisberger has at least 10 in each of his first 11 seasons. That ties Jim Kelly for the fourth most such seasons to start a career in NFL history.

WATCH: Those tricksters! On first-and-goal, Ben Roethlisberger pitches the ball to Antonio Brown, who throws the ball to Lance Moore for the touchdown.

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Make that 24 points in 2 minutes, 54 seconds as Le'Veon Bell catches a TD pass from Ben Roethlisberger.

Whatever can go wrong for the Texans has, as Brett Keisel grabs a bouncing ball out of the air for an interception, setting Pittsburgh up with 1st-and-goal with 53 seconds left in the half.

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In a STUNNING turn of events, the Steelers take the lead on a toss-sweep, reverse-pass from WR Antonio Brown to Lance Moore.

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Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell already has 89 yards receiving to go along with 19 on the ground, making him the first player in team history to top 100 yards from scrimmage in each of the first seven games of the season.

Welcome to the NFL Martavis Bryant! The Steelers' fourth-round pick drags his feet at the back of the end zone and hauls in his first career catch for a 35-yard TD, pulling the Steelers to within 13-10 of the Texans.

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