The NFL’s most-anticipated game of the week was a big one for the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night, as they defeated the Indianapolis Colts 31-23 in overtime.
The victory marked the second straight game the Steelers won at home over the Colts and the first time the franchise has won the title since 1985.
This is the second game in as many weeks that the Steelers have won at Heinz Field.
They also beat the New England Patriots 24-14 in Week 2, which marked the first win over a team that has played in Indianapolis since the 2015 season.
On Sunday night’s game, Pittsburgh ran the ball 28 times for 142 yards and four touchdowns, while Indy scored just three times for 35 yards and a touchdown.
The Steelers were dominant all night, scoring 17 points, and took a 27-13 lead with 7:36 left in the fourth quarter.
The Colts, meanwhile, had two touchdown drives, including a 31-yarder by Andre Johnson, but were unable to convert on their final two possessions.
The game was tied when Indianapolis recovered a fumble by Indianapolis receiver Dwayne Allen.
The win marked the most points scored by the Steelers in a regular-season game at Heinzy Field since beating the Kansas City Chiefs 30-24 in Week 6, 2015.
The Patriots, meanwhile in Week 4, lost to the Dallas Cowboys 31-24.