NFL: Steelers return to winning ways and defeat Brady and the Buccaneers |  Video

Pittsburgh Steelers They imposed themselves 18-20 to Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the meeting corresponding to week 7 from the Acrisure Stadium from Pennsylvania.

The game started the way the Steelers wanted: with their defense being dominant and limiting Brady and the offense to only three playstwo incomplete passes and a one-yard run and forcing the punt.

on the offensive, Kenny Pickett, rookie quarterback, he was much more confident in charge and led a long drive of more than six minutes and 56 yards that ended with his first touchdown pass as a professionalfinding the runner Najee Harris on the diagonals and putting the 0-7.

Tampa Bay would undertake two good offensive series, but with good closures of the iron curtain, they limited those led by Bruce arian a two field goals by Ryan Succop and zoom in markup 6-7. The first half would end with two more field goalsanother of succop and one of Boswell to go into the break 9-10.

The third quarter would repeat dose with field goals by Succop and Boswellbut at the end of the quarter the worst possible scenario for the steelmakerswhen the rookie Pickett left the field to be checked for a possible concussion.forcing the veteran Mitchell Trubisky to take control of the offense.

Trubisky he would open the final chapter with an ideal series being up on the scoreboard, consuming the play clock, leaning on his runner Najee Harris and moving the ball consistently. After a 45-yard shot for Connor HaywardTrubisky found Chase Claypool in the end zone and went up 20-13.

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Down by 7 and with time on the clock Brady embarked on his specialty and led a scoring drive for more than five minutes and 78 yards, which ended with a short pass to Leonard Fournette that would leave them one point from the tie and a winning conversion.

Brady stayed on the grid playing everything for everything but the miracle did not materialize and condemning the final score of 18-20.

With just over four minutes Trubiksy sentenced the game by keeping possession and advancing for 46 yards, enough to expire the clock and give Pittsburgh its first win since beating the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 1.

The rest of the NFL Week 6 will be played as follows:

Thursday October 13
Washington 12-7 Chicago

Sunday October 16
Minnesota 24-10 Miami
New England 38-15 Cleveland
San Francisco 14-28 Atlanta
Tampa Bay 18-20 Pittsburgh
Cincinnati 30-26 New Orleans
Baltimore 20-24 New York (Giants)
New York (Jets) 27-10 Green Bay
Jacksonville 27-34 Indianapolis
Arizona-Seattle, 3:05 p.m. Fox Sports
Carolina-Los Angeles (Rams), 3:05 p.m., Fox Sports Premium
Buffalo-Kansas, 3:25 p.m. channel 5
Dallas-Philadelphia, 7:20 p.m. ESPN

Monday October 17
Denver-Los Angeles (Chargers), 7:15 p.m. ESPN

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