Steelers Vs. Colts Score: Jamaal Anderson Fumble Recovery Ties Game At 10 Apiece

The Indianapolis Colts have decided to make the Sunday Night Football game a football game worth watching. The defense forced Ben Roethlisberger to fumble on a second consecutive drive, allowing free agent pickup Jamaal Anderson to recover it this time as he took it to the house and tied the game at 10 apiece.

Roethlisberger dropped back to pass, and with pressure coming from both sides, he decided to get the ball off as soon as humanly possible. Unfortunately for the Steelers, it wasn't soon enough as Dwight Freeney was able to grab his arm and cause the fumble as he threw. Fellow lineman Jamaal Anderson recovered the fumble and ran 47 yards in front of a convoy to even the score at 10-10.

The Colts' defense didn't get much of a break, however, as Kerry Collins threw an interception just a couple of plays into the following possession.

For more on the Steelers head over to Behind The Steel Curtain. For more on the Colts, check out Stampede Blue. Follow the rest of Week 3 at SB Nation NFL.

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