Joe Haden out indefinitely after suffering fractured fibula

Joe Haden out indefinitely after suffering fractured fibula

Defensively the Steelers stepped up big late to hold the Colts to seven points in the second half, sacked QB Jacoby Brissett three times and had a timely interception late in the game.

Coach Mike Tomlin said after the game that Haden broke his fibula and is out indefinitely.

Pittsburgh sliced the deficit to 17-9 with 7:47 left in the third quarter on Roethlisberger's 7-yard touchdown pass to JuJu Smith-Schuster. Roethlisberger's conversion pass to Martavis Bryant tied the score at 17.

Colts: Indy had four first downs and 99 yards of offense in the second half, 61 of those yards coming on the TD pass to Rogers.

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Pittsburgh finally got on the board with 30 seconds remaining in the half on Boswell's 41-yard field goal. Brissett was 14 of 24 for 222 yards with two TDs and one interception. Pittsburgh has won in Indianapolis two consecutive seasons. The extra point was blocked.

The Steelers lost cornerback Joe Haden to a left leg injury. Linebacker James Harrison missed the game with a back injury.

The Indianapolis Colts' starting quarterback began experiencing concussion symptoms after the game and did not make his usual post-game press conference with the media.

Steelers: Host Tennessee on Thursday night, their first home game since October 22.

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