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For once, the first time in a while, the best actually

PITTSBURGH (AP) — Joe Haden saw the ball floating toward
him Antonio Brown
, Rob Gronkowski bearing down on him, stretched out every
inch of his 5-foot-11 frame and hoped for the best. happened for the erratic Pittsburgh Steelers
defense.Haden’s leaping fourth-quarter interception — one in which he outjumped
both Gronkowski and New England teammate Julian Edelman then somehow kept both
feet inbounds despite getting crunched to the Heinz Field turf — and the ensuing
cathartic celebration not only served as a critical turning point in a 17-10
victory , but appeared to restore the swagger to a unit badly in need of some
following a three-game losing streak.“We were just trying to figure out a way to
get turnovers,” Haden said. “We’ve been letting the team down a little bit in
the fourth quarter. Having a lead and things like that. So we’ve been talking
about turnovers. I feel like being able to get that one was big for us.”The pick
was just the fifth by the Steelers in 14 meetings against New England
quarterback Tom Brady and their seventh of the season. It was also the kind of
momentum-halting stop Pittsburgh was unable to get during its recent slide,
games in which the Steelers led after halftime only to have it slip away,
something that wasn’t lost on Haden.“Having that three-game losing streak, we
weren’t really stopping anything in the second half of games,” Haden said. “We
really talked about that and trying to make it right before the playoffs.”The
postseason is still far from a certainty for Pittsburgh (8-5-1), which holds a
half-game lead over Baltimore in the AFC North with two weeks remaining. Yet
there were promising signs the defense may have figured something
out.Gronkowski, who had dominated the Steelers throughout his career, was held
to just two receptions for 21 yards. And while Brady threw for 279 yards, 63 of
them came on a busted coverage by the Steelers on New England’s fourth offensive
snap and another 63 came during New England’s last-ditch drive with Pittsburgh
in something akin to a prevent defense.When the Patriots neared the Pittsburgh
goal line Greg Lloyd
, the Steelers forced four straight incompletions to earn
their first victory over the Patriots since 2011.In between New England’s first
possession and its last, Brady managed just 144 yards through the air and the
Patriots mustered a single Stephen Gostkowski field goal. Brady allowed the
Steelers mixed up coverages in ways it had not in previous meetings, though
that’s hardly atypical.“I thought they played good,” Brady said. “They made some
plays. We certainly had some opportunity out there and I give them credit,
because they made important plays when they needed too.”All the way to the final
snap. Brady’s fourth-down heave to the end zone intended for Edelman was knocked
down by safety Morgan Burnett, who has endured an uneven first season with the
Steelers.Signed as a free agent in the offseason to help provide veteran
leadership to a largely young group, Burnett has spent most of it on the
sideline because of various injuries. He certainly appeared to be just fine,
however, when he spiked Brady’s 36th and final pass attempt.“You knew what was
going to happen at that point of the game,” Burnett said. “No timeouts. Fourth
down. You knew they were going to take a shot toward the goal posts. At that
point you are just thinking ‘Get the ball on the ground.’ If you don’t catch it,
just get it on the ground so they don’t catch it in the end zone.”Sounds simple,
but it hasn’t been for the Steelers of late. The Los Angeles Chargers roared
back from a 16-point halftime deficit at Heinz Field on Dec. 2 thanks in part to
Pittsburgh’s inability to make the plays that were there for the taking. Haden
and Sean Davis collided while trying to pick off Chargers quarterback Philip
Rivers in the end zone.Instead, the ball popped into the air and settled into
the arms of Los Angeles wide receiver Keenan Allen and the comeback was on.Two
weeks later and with their season possibly on the line, the Steelers didn’t let
another opportunity to make a statement get away.“I think it’s a confidence
booster moving forward Kevin Greene
,” said linebacker T.J. Watt, who recorded Pittsburgh’s lone
sack of Brady. “I think we need to build off this performance.” PITTSBURGH (AP)
— Vance McDonald insists he wasn’t sending some sort of message when the
Pittsburgh Steelers tight end extended his right arm toward Tampa Bay’s Chris
Conte and jammed the Buccaneers defensive back into the turf on Monday night.It
was a show of force that sprung McDonald for a 75-yard touchdown reception and
seemed to snap the two-time defending AFC North champions out of an early funk
that threatened to swallow their season whole.“Just playing big,” McDonald said
after Pittsburgh held on for a 30-27 victory. “It was frustrating. I was
(injured) in training camp, so this was kind of just a ‘Welcome Back’
almost.'”McDonald was talking about himself. He might as well have been talking
about the Steelers, too.While there remains plenty of issues — particularly when
it comes to penalties and pass defense — Pittsburgh (1-1-1) played with a sense
of urgency it lacked at times during a maddening opening two weeks in which the
Steelers frittered away a 14-point fourth-quarter lead in Cleveland before
getting overwhelmed by Kansas City.McDonald’s highly “GIF-able” swat of Conte
provided a desperately needed spark. The defense put a sudden if brief halt to
Tampa Bay quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick’s hot streak by forcing a turnover on
four consecutive possessions.Ben Roethlisberger did the rest while throwing for
353 yards and three scores.“That was a total team win, all the phases, and
that’s what Steeler football is about,” Roethlisberger said.Even if anything
close to a “clean” game remains elusive. Pittsburgh was flagged 13 times for 155
yards, the defense gave up 411 yards passing and kicker Chris Boswell missed two
more kicks.Throw in some anxious moments in the fourth quarter after the
Buccaneers trimmed a 20-point deficit to three and the Steelers understand
they’re far from a finished product heading into a Sunday night visit by
Baltimore (2-1).Still, considering all the off-the-field issues surrounding the
team in recent weeks — from wide receiver Antonio Brown’s erratic behavior to
running back Le’Veon Bell’s extended absence while waiting to sign his franchise
tag — they will take it.“It was big,” cornerback Joe Haden said. “We haven’t
started the season (anywhere) like we expected to, but we just wanted to start
getting our first win, get that thing rolling.”Pittsburgh created just two
turnovers over the first two weeks, but produced four against the Buccaneers
thanks to three interceptions — including a pick-6 by linebacker Bud Dupree —
and a fumble recovery.They’re the kind of “splash” plays coach Mike Tomlin
covets Lynn Swann
, though he’s still concerned about the massive amounts of
yardage his team continues to give up.Four different Buccaneers had at least one
reception of 20 yards or more, and Fitzpatrick became the first player in NFL
history to top 400 yards three consecutive weeks.While Haden’s return from a
hamstring issue that kept him out against Kansas City settled one cornerback
spot, the other remains a problem. Artie Burns, Coty Sensabaugh and Cam Sutton
all saw playing time opposite Haden, and all three struggled.“We’re going to
continue to play a number of people until someone distinguishes themselves,”
Tomlin said Tuesday.The new-look Ravens figure to continue to test Pittsburgh’s
revamped secondary when they visit Heinz Field.Tomlin understands his team can’t
make every play. What he’d like to see, however, is the Steelers stop beating
themselves.Pittsburgh’s 37 penalties are easily tops in the NFL, nine more than
Buffalo. Though Tomlin attributed some of the mistakes to the emotions of
playing a pivotal game so early in the year, he allowed “we’ve got to play
cleaner, got to play smarter.”Tomlin declined to take a shot at the officiating,
pointing out that in each of Pittsburgh’s three games both teams were highly
penalized.He admitted the number of flags — the Steelers and Buccaneers combined
for 22 on Monday night — might be “worrisome” to those watching at home because
the penalties make it difficult for the game to develop any sense of rhythm.“It
probably wasn’t a fun game to watch,” Tomlin said.That doesn’t mean it wasn’t a
fun game to win, if only because it turned the attention back to football and
not everything else.“We always say winning cures a lot of things Hines Ward
, but I still think the biggest issue, if you will, was
outside the locker room, people perceiving different things,” Roethlisberger
said.“Not saying we don’t have issues, all teams have issues and there’s
different things going on, but I think it was a little bigger than it really
is.”Then the 15-year veteran paused ever so briefly before adding, “was.”NOTES:
Tomlin said there’s a chance RG David DeCastro (hand), RT Marcus Gilbert
(hamstring) and S Morgan Burnett (groin) — all of whom sat out against the
Buccaneers — could play against Baltimore. … Tomlin declined to address reports
the team is listening to trade offers for Bell. “I’m not talking Le’Veon,”
Tomlin said. “I’m just not. There’s nothing new to add.”
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