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Steeeles vs Titans what happened during the game

While their lead could have been bigger, the Titans nevertheless took a 13-3 lead over the Steeles into halftime. Tennessee's defense befuddled Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers' offense during the first half, while the Titans' offense put together three scoring drives while controlling the ball for over 21 minutes. 

The Titans led 10-0 after 15 minutes of play. The quarter's only touchdown was a 1-yard run by Ryan Tannehill following a 55-yard punt return by Chester Rogers. The Steelers got on the scoreboard by virtue of Chris Boswell's 36-yard field goal four minutes into the second quarter. The score was set up by Arthur Maulet's forced fumble off Anthony Firkser that was recovered by Minkah Fitzpatrick. Tennessee then put together a 19-play drive that took over 10 minutes off of the clock. The long drive ended with Randy Bullock's 32-yard field goal after Cam Heyward sacked Tannehill on third-and-goal. 

Pittsburgh (6-6-1) needs a win in order to stay alive in the AFC playoff race, while a victory for Tennessee (9-4) would keep the Titans in the race to win the AFC's No. 1 seed.