VIDEO: Ben Roethlisberger Finds Mike Wallace In The End Zone

The Pittsburgh Steelers held a 21-point lead, 31-10, over the Tennessee Titans early in the fourth quarter, but saw that dwindle to just 14 points with 3:30 left on the clock. The Steelers didn't let up, though, scoring one more touchdown to regain that 21-point advantage.

The Titans attempted an onside kick, but it went just nine yards and was recovered by the Steelers. After two running plays, Ben Roethlisberger dropped back for a pass attempt. The results after the jump.


Roethlisberger drops back to almost the 50-yard line and unloads a deep ball to Mike Wallace, who effortlessly catches the ball after running ahead of two Titans defenders. That 40-yard pass was Roethlisberger's fifth touchdown of the game

For more on the Steelers, head to SB Nation's Behind the Steel Curtain; for more on the Titans, head to Music City Miracles. For Week 5 NFL scores and news and Week 5 NFL video highlights, visit our comprehensive StoryStreams.

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