Steelers destroy Colts 45-10

December 13, 2015

The Pittsburg Steelers stomped on the Indianapolis Colts 45-10 on Sunday, Dec. 13. The Steelers are now 7-5 and are first in AFC North. Indianapolis Colts slipped to 6-6 and are first in AFC South.

The Steelers will play on Sunday, Dec. 13 against the Cincinnati Bengals, who are also in AFC North. Cincinnati is 10-2 and is in first place in the division.

Indianapolis will also play Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Jacksonville is 4-8, and is in third place in AFC South.

Indiana quarterback Matt Hasselbeck had 169 yards through the air, completing 16 out of 26 passes. He had one touchdown on the day and two interceptions.

Frank Gore led the team in rushing. Gore ran the ball 13 times for 45 yards. His longest carry of the game was 12 yards.

Gore also led the team in receiving. He caught three passes for 49 yards. His longest reception was 34 yards and he had one touchdown.

Ben Roethlisberger had 364 yards passing. He completed 24 out of 39 passes and had four touchdowns.

DeAngelo Williams led the offense in rushing with 134 yards on 26 carries. His longest run was 21 yards.

Antonio Brown led the team in receiving that game. He caught eight passes for 118 yards. His longest reception was 48 yards. Brown had three touchdowns that night. Two were catches and one was a 71-yard punt return.

I was expecting the Colts to put up more of a fight than that. They were missing Andrew Luck, but the defense looked awful. However, they should win next week against the Jaguars. The Steelers looked dangerous Sunday night, and the game between them and the Bengals should be good.

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