VIDEO: Ben Roethlisberger Touchdown Pass Intended For Antonio Brown Caught By Mike Wallace

The Pittsburgh Steelers didn't take their first lead of the Sunday Night Football games against the Baltimore Ravens until just five minutes were left in the fourth quarter, but the wait was worth it according to the video evidence. Ben Roethlisberger completed a 25-yard pass to Mike Wallace despite Antonio Brown being the intended receiving target.

Roethlisberger created something out of nothing, as he occasionally does, scrambling until his wide receivers were able to shake their defenders and get open. The Steelers quarterback got lucky and had two wide receivers open when he was done scrambling, too, as the pass that looked like it was intended for Brown was picked off by Wallace for the touchdown.

It sounds confusing, but watching the video below should make the above paragraphs make sense.


The Steeleers now lead 20-16 with about four and a half minutes left on the game clock.

For more on this potentially epic game, check out Baltimore Beatdown for the Ravens' view on things, and head Behind the Steel Curtain for more on the Steelers. For more updates on this game, be sure to stay tuned to the Sunday Night Football StoryStream.

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