Steelers, Lions Tie, Leaving Some Players Confused

Steelers, Lions Tie, Leaving Some Players Confused


There is only one thing worse in sports than losing — tying. 

Why in the world you’re allowed to end a game without a winner in the NFL is completely beyond me, but on Sunday in Pittsburgh, the Steelers and the Detroit Lions both went home unsatisfied. 

The Lions avoided the first ever 0-17 season and the Steelers proved they’re unprepared for life after Ben Roethlisberger in a 16-16 tie at Heinz Field. 

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Detroit had an opportunity to get their first win under first-year head coach Dan Campbell when Ryan Santoso stepped up for a 48-yard field goal in overtime, but his kick was a duck from the second the ball left his foot, and Pittsburgh tight end Pat Freiermuth fumbled at the Lions 39-yard line with eight

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